At first glance, I thought that the Emperor 1510 LX was a DIY dental chair equipped with a built-in virtual dentist. Techi thought it resembled a futuristic automobile. One of our brighter interns thought it transformed ordinary users into extraordinarily wealthy sheiks (winner of best preposterous guess for what is it!).
Actually, the Emperor 1510 LX is a computer workstation that may be the ultimate in offering ideal ergonomics, as it adjusts to accommodate the dimensions of pretty much any user that takes a seat.
Produced by MWE Lab, it has a Bose sound system, leather upholstery, and supports up to five monitors. It also has built-in lighting, a reclining seat and a thigh rest.
Arstechnica sums it up succinctly. The video is great (despite the corny, sci-fi-like audio).
The Emperor 200 is finished with a glossy auto paint. It has a heated and cooled power-adjustable seat with an adjustable leg-rest and reclines up to 30 degrees. It pumps the workspace atmosphere through a HEPA air purifier, and is equipped with built-in audio and lighting—all controlled from an embedded Windows system via a 10-inch touch screen.