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I dont live in a space constricting area I just love space restricting furniture
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I saw this a while back. It seemed overpriced for what it is, but maybe they've lowered the price. It just doesn't seem functional enough, but it does look good with the iMac.

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Functional enough? what do you want it to do to make it functional? It holds a computer
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Functional enough? what do you want it to do to make it functional? It holds a computer
Some of us actually work at our desks. As a matter of fact I am right now. If I had that I would be the most unproductive worker in the world. Just my opinion. It is cool looking though.
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enough space to hold other things, like a book or papers, hard drives, wireless routers, speakers, etc.. Maybe a little space to put a piece of paper down and write something. I know that's rare these days, but still useful sometimes. Maybe even drawers to hold things that you may need, but don't want out in front of you all the time.

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