Recession? What recession? Apparently the guys who created the Sonic Chair Touch missed the memo by unveiling a seating apparatus that retails for more than $10,000, featuring integrated speakers that comprise of mostly a large body-focused sound membrane as a backrest. Other interesting luxurious details include a stainless pedestal that hides cables from normal view, an exterior chassis covered with top-grade leather as well as sueded microfiber lining on the inside for greater luxury. Those who are feeling more flushed than normal can always opt to throw in a 20″ iMac attached to a pivoted hinge, although that will increase the final price by another two grand, never mind the fact that the iMac itself retails for $1,199 as a standalone unit. Talk about indulging yourself to the max here.
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