I can't wait for the future after seeing the BendDesk in action. The BendDesk was designed by Media Computing Group as a way to integrate your furniture and computer into one touchable object.
The BendDesk has ten touchpoints that cover both the top and bottom of the desk. The bottom of the BendDesk can still support typical desk items like a laptop, pens, and pencils. Check out the video to see the BendDesk in all of its glory. I want the BendDesk and I want it now.
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