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Discussion in 'Mac Accessories' started by Daveway, May 10, 2005.
Check out this amazing wooden stand/kiosk for an iMac. Click
interesting, but probably not the most practical....
looks cool. they should put foot-pedals at the base so you can adjust brightness or turn it on/off with our feet (customizable and connected via bluetooth )
edit: and they should put a printer into the wood, so it doesn't look like a printer but just a slot in the wood (like the slot-loading drives except wider)
maybe for brightness/volume, but certainly not power! that thing would be turned on and off waaay too much then!
i just can't see anyone buying this though, sure it looks nice, but doesn't exactly fit in either
CDs? Perhiphals? Power? Mouse? Why?
Kind of cool - but it could only go in a few places and look good. Nice wood grain, though
That is Gorgeous
This is not to be meant "practical" in the sense we use our Macs. It is for something very special and haute couture. The trackpad shoulod be centered, and bigger.
If I had plenty of disposable income, I would buy one...
wow talk about ugly and worthless.
just glue your monitor to a 2x4 and save some money.
there is ventilation, look at the QT vr on the site, it is a great design, but i dont see many businesses taking advangae of it
I don't know why, but I like it. Just something about it that intrigues me.
WOW That is Cool. I realize it's not meant to replace a desk but as a kiosk in a hotel or what have you. I would just wonder how durable it is as most kiosk for lobby's tend to be build like tanks and with good reason.
Definatly a interesting look.
Wow, that's really cool. It's great for the places mentioned on the site (hotels, shows, etc). Definitely not for the home though. Like the look of the wood too.
But I just have to ask... iWood?
Ethiopia style? LOL. You think it looks like a starving man? Well, it is made in Hungary after all
I believe the intention for this was a type of info kiosk center thing. Like in museums and such. Not for home use.
It stinkin weighs 154 pounds!!!! It isnt practical but i like it!
Did anyone get the price tag? Looks extremely expensive.
Yea they probably are. Not sure if it means anything, but in the 'Where to buy' page, there isn't any U.S. contact info.
Good quality? Not.
Look at the image on the home page closely. I've seen better joints in high school shop class. (And yes I'm talking about wood joints)
I doubt individuals can purchase it either. I could see it in something like bath and body works or similar "organic" type stores where you can browse their online catalog.
Looks kind of cool...maby some internet cafes will buy some of a fancy hotel