If you are enthusiastic gamer, then you will be excited to learn about this futuristic gaming and work station.

The famous designer Eran Baruhe created this innovative work/gaming station. The Nethrone is a cure for all the ordinary aches and pains that come from sitting at a desk all day long staring straight ahead at a computer screen. It has an oval shaped structure that offers so many electronic adjustments you will believe that you have found the perfect gaming station in the world. And you may have. You will be able to adjust the height of the chair itself, the angle in which you sit the position of the keyboard, the display monitor, the headrest and even the massage settings in the chair.

This is the best ergonomic device around that will give your entire body a better computing atmosphere. It may look a bit scary but with all the adjustments, you will not mind that it looks like something out of a Frankenstein movie.

You may not wish to purchase one for everyone in your family that sits down at a computer with a price tag of $2500 USD, but if you work at your computer as many hours as some webmasters, you might want to think about it for your own health.

With all the adjustments that can be made with the Nethrone you will not have to worry about back pain, neck pain or even the strain your eyes get from the position of the display. Just about every part of the Nethrone is adjustable so you can find that perfect fit and move it around as often as needed to ensure that your body does not tire from sitting in one position for long periods of time.

You will be able to choose from blue, red, green, purple, and yellow for your seat and the tip of the legs. The Nethrone will not go on sale until the end of January 2006.

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  1. I had this same idea, essentially, about 25 years ago — except my idea was (and still is) better (I think).

    Okay, so that’s probably just my ego talking — but I even had some drafting and promotional literature and everything. Unfortunately, I didn’t have the money, and I couldn’t get any investors interested.

    Of course 25 years ago there were a lot fewer of us who spent 8, 10 and 12+ hour days in front of a computer screen.

    And wouldn’t you know — my back and neck pain is worse than ever, and I still don’t feel like I can afford this kind of thing.

    So it goes. Well, it’s the story of my life, anyway.

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