The Emperor 1510: The Ultimate Computer Work Environment

If you have ever wanted to feel like Dozer in the Matrix then this is the chair for you.  This thing is awesome!  Can you imagine playing Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 on this bad boy?  Hand built in Canada; the Emperor 1510 is a comfortable, immersive and aesthetically unique environment for the long hours spent in front of computer monitors.  (Hmmm… sounds like some bloggers I know could really benefit from this.  I wonder if I could write it off as a business expense?)

With the signature Emperor scorpion shape and outline, a highly stable steel structure, tilting capabilities, integrated audio system, LED lighting and much more… the Emperor 1510 is the future of high-end home and office computer work environments.

The Emperor offers functionalities that enable the user to experience unprecedented comfort and quasi total immersion through strategically positioned monitors, audio system and accessories. The result is a complete computer office, ergonomically optimized, with a minimal footprint that improves overall performance and productivity.

For more info you can go to their website

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