This Gaming Station is Definitely Not an Aperture Science Testing Apparatus (But It Is Cool) (PIC)
The MWE Emperor 200 PC work station is curvy, metallic, futuristic and probably awesome. I can see how a commenter on Kotaku’s gallery showing off the station might think that it, like cake and grief counseling, could be a lie.
With three 24-inch LED screens, an ergonomic leather chair and even its own air filtration system, it sounds like the Emperor 200 belongs in an Aperture Science Re-Education and Incentivization Testification Preparation Chamber, where you’re strapped down with your eyelids glued open, brainwashed by images of puppies getting stabbed or something. But it’s not. It’s just a $45,000 gaming rig that helps to minimize your physical movement, all but guaranteeing you do nothing but play Skyrim and The Old Republic until you’re too fat to ever move again.
Perhaps there’s an evil plan involved after all.