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Ergopod: just in time for Burning Crusade


12:39 PM on 01.22.2007
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BoingBoing is running a feature on the accidentally best selling Warcraft: Burning Crusade accessory ever made: The Ergopod. The desk was originally designed for invalids (that have never heard of laptops and would be stupid enough to buy this), but instead it now serves a better use for gamers who can now enjoy the power of their OC'd desktop towers in Azeroth without leaving the bed. Genius.

We're not missing the boat on this lucrative opportunity, so Destructoid is also selling a matching potato chip stand within arms reach and a pressurized tube to add DirectBladder(tm) support to your gaming experience.

Does it get any better than this, Warcraft fans? Of course it doesn't. Just keep your Fleshlight handy and let the world outside die. Seriously though, you'd have to be in a body cast with only a functioning wrist to justify buy this. Otherwise it makes no sense -- the desk will set you back $4,000. You can buy a laptop powerful enough to launch a nuclear reactor for that price and use it from your bed and the toilet.






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