A computer chair worthy of The Matrix

Neo could use the 'G-Tech Neber'

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Calling the "G-Tech Neber" ergonomic is like saying Al Gore is an environmentalist. But to truly appreciate the understatement, you need to see a photo of this unique piece of computer furniture, if not actually sit in it.

Shiny Shiny describes it as "part dentist chair," but the "Personal Computing Environment Station" has a lock on that hybrid. We think it actually bears a closer resemblance to the "Alternative Computer Control System" featured awhile back, mostly because of their curved frames.

Regardless of how well the Korean-made Neber compares, at least it has a more creative moniker than the pedestrian names bestowed on the other chairs. Can we assume that it has something to do with the Nebuchadnezzar of Matrix fame? We can just see Neo in one of these, head plugs notwithstanding.

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