What to use as a Powerbook desk?

in General Discussion edited January 2014
I want to use my Powerbook as the monitor and hook up an external keyboard. I can get a monitor stand for the Powerbook no problem, but I'm having trouble finding a simple enough desk to jive with the simplicity I'm striving for -- the Powerbook is so simple it's beautiful, and I don't want to ruin it with a big ol' unnecessarily clunky desk.

Oh, and I want a keyboard drawer so I'm ergonomically healthy.




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    cyko95cyko95 Posts: 391member
    Less the keyboard drawer, I like the "Jerker" by IKEA.

    Here is a pic, compliments of cELLs...

    <a href="http://homepage.mac.com/cells/setup_small3.jpg"; target="_blank">http://homepage.mac.com/cells/setup_small3.jpg</a>;
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    mjemje Posts: 91member
    IKEA all the way for a good design mand cheap price. Also try <a href="http://www.roomandboard.com"; target="_blank">www.roomandboard.com</a> cool stuff higher prices though. Also ANY desk can add a keyboard try with almost no trouble at all.

    Try the desk at Room & Board


    Edit: added picture

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    mac+mac+ Posts: 580member
    Freedom furniture (in Australia) has a desk called the zed desk. All steel and glass. Quite cool for a TiBook.

    I don't know how to post a picture of it but here is their web site. You have to go to office then desks.

    <a href="http://freedom.com.au/"; target="_blank">click here</a>
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