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Touchscreen iMac Comes With a (Sonic) Chair

by Lambert Varias
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Do you think that there are a lot of people who are just dying to sit inside a speaker? The makers of the Sonic Chair think so. It has 2-way speakers, a subwoofer, and the chair itself is a “sound membrane”. To entice even more people to part with their money, what with the wonderful state of the economy today, the Sonic Chair is quite the customizable waste of money toy. Aside from color schemes, you can also choose to add a round side table or a laptop side table, like the one pictured below.

sonicchair1 touchscreen imac chair

That one costs €7,900 ($10,554). While all Sonic Chairs have input jacks, for €7,880 ($10,527) you can also have one with a built-in iPod charging station, like the one below.

sonicchair2

And the one below is what Sonic Chair whips out if a customer’s thinking, “Meh. Not crazy enough.”

sonicchair3

Yep, that’s a 20″ iMac. What’s really absolutely amazingly surprising about it is that for €10,450 ($13,960), it only comes with 1 GB of RAM. Also Sonic Chair claims that it’s touchscreen.

The fact that it only has 1 GB of RAM really struck me. More than anything else.

[sonic chair via chipchick]

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