Say “Ikea” and most people think of reasonably priced flat-packed furniture with goofy names. Stuff like Ektorp sofas, Skubb storage boxes, and Malm dressers may be ubiquitous in young peoples’ apartments, but thus far the Swedish company hasn’t delved into Razer’s gamer space. Ikea wants some of that sweet gamer gear market now. They’ve partnered with 3D printing company Unyq, to make custom-fit gear like wrist braces, textured key caps, and a mouse cord organizer. The Uppkoppla line of accessories will eventually have more items (prototypes of chairs and desks are being tested) and the items will be available starting in 2020.