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Giant 3.5″ Floppy Disk Table Could Store a Bunch of Flash Drives

by Paul Strauss
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After you’ve grown tired of your Nintendo controller and VHS tape coffee tables, what’s next? Well if you’re moving your way through the evolution of consumer electronics, then your next move might be this 3.5″ floppy disk table.

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The FloppyTable is made by Axel van Exel and Marian Neulant of Neuland van Exel, and looks just like a giant-sized version of the classic storage medium. Of course, since this version is made from hot-rolled steel instead of plastic, it’s bound to weigh a bit more. The table measures 27.56″ width x 25.59″ height x 17.72″ depth, making it roughly… a crap-ton bigger than an actual floppy disk.

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It’s also got a nifty storage compartment inside, that’s revealed by sliding the metal disk cover to the side. Inside, you can stash your remote controls, or if you still expect it to store data, you can keep a bunch of USB flash drives in there.

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For more info on the FloppyTable, head on over to the project’s website.

And when the 3.5″ floppy table has worn out its welcome in your living room, then it’s time to move on to the iPhone table, right?

[via Core77 via Laughing Squid]



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