Interesting things happens when you shrink the size of computers. Like you can design elegant furniture that offers both a comfortable chair and a desktop surface for using a computer without taking up much space. Designer Martin Ballendat‘s Netbook Lounge Chair fits the bill.

Now honestly, while I can see buying a carrying case, travel mouse, or other littler accessories, I’m not sure it’s worth buying furniture designed specifically for netbooks. But if you don’t have room for a full sized desk and don’t need to lay out papers, a monitor, or other accessories, this chair could serve a purpose. Or maybe it’s just supposed to be interesting to look at. I can never tell when it comes to designer stuff.

via Blogeee

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6 replies on “Netbook Lounge Chair”

  1. The “arm” is on the wrong side…Nowhere to plant your mouse, unless they will be offering it in “leftie” and “rightie” models.

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