By Andrew Liszewski
The last time I built myself a new workstation I was forced to add a floppy drive in order to properly install my SATA drive. Now it seems even though I rarely use them, my desk is still plagued by random floppy disks floating about.
The Mock-Floppy Brush is designed to look like your standard floppy disk, but it conceals a far more useful application in the form of a retractable, 2-1/2 inch anti-static nylon brush perfect for crumb busting the keyboard or just keeping the cubicle looking tidy.
The Mock-Floppy Brush is cheap too, available for only $1.95 at American Science & Surplus in translucent lime, tangerine or grape colors.