We suggest you consider the following features when shopping for your desktop organization.
If you're setting up a fresh office space, it can be easy to overlook having a waste bin. If you've recently been hired, its reasonable to assume that a waste bin will be provided with your office or cubicle, but it's wise to double-check regardless.
If your office happens to not have a waste bin already available, choosing an organization set that comes with one is a no brainer. If your office does come with one, a waste bin upgrade isn't entirely useless. The boring, plastic waste bin provided by your company is likely a wasted opportunity for a uniform theme.
Purchasing one that's part of a desktop organization theme, can add a little bit of Feng shui to your space that you didn't know you needed.
One thing you can count on when it comes to desktop organization is that there is no true "one size fits all" solution. Default configurations are always convenient to start with and help get your desktop in shape quickly. However, as time goes by and your process becomes more optimized, you can find that default setups don't help you as much as they once did.
At this point, your organizer is probably already well-stocked, so removing every item, organizing, and then storing them in a new organizer can take the time you're not willing to give up. If you find yourself in this situation, having an adjustable desktop organizer can save you the stress of repeating the entire selection and set up process once more.
Magnetic desktop organizers are a very clever way to increase your available desk space. These organizers can be stored on metal cabinets, fridges, or any other magnetic surfaces, freeing up your desk for additional workspace.