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Brabus Transforms Mercedes Into High Tech Office, Lounge

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Brabus creates the ultimate mobile mancave.

Brabus has taken the concept of taking work on the road to the next level with their luxury mobile office Mercedes-Benz Viano—the Brabus iBusiness 3D.  Nothing says style and comfort like spacious all leather seating, multiple displays (Sony 3DTVs of course), an Apple Mac Mini, dual iPads, a refrigerator and coffee maker (for those extra-long days on the road, stuck in traffic). 

Brabus Mercedes Van

For breaktime and lunch break, you’ll be able to unwind with the on board Sony PlayStation 3 or take a quick nap being soothed by the iPod Touch controlled multimedia system. For the ride home, the built in bar takes the edge off—especially for those long awaited Friday nights to kick off a weekend away from the office. With this amount of luxury and utility, whatever your business, the iBusiness 3D gives you a mobile work powerhouse fortress to keep your work and pleasure mixed up like a fruit salad.

 

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    nforce4max , September 4, 2012 11:46 AM
    Sick isn't it when one considers how most people in this world are for the most part forced to work in relative discomfort. Everything from tiny cubicles where there is so little room one can barely move while others work in sweatshop conditions. What a world where the high class office drone "works" in better conditions than most even the middle class gets to live x.x
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    victorious 3930k , September 4, 2012 11:58 AM
    o.O
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    victorious 3930k , September 4, 2012 11:59 AM
    However over a year old.
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    megiv , September 4, 2012 12:49 PM
    Brabus?! You mean the same company that usually busy ripping off A/C and other comfortable thingies in favor of saving weight and adding extra HP on the already fast Mercedes-AMG cars ??

    Are they bored with making super-mega-hyper-ultra-crazy-fast cars already?
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    The_Trutherizer , September 4, 2012 1:17 PM
    It looks like the inside of a gingerbread house. I think I'd have an overpowering urge to start knitting if I was seated in something like that.
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    The_Trutherizer , September 4, 2012 1:18 PM
    And how exactly does cutting corners at 100mph go hand in hand with office work. This is retarded.
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    belardo , September 4, 2012 1:21 PM
    What about migrant workers who pick the crops all across the USA? Makes the cubical seem like 1st class.

    This is a mini-van, with Star Trek-ized interior to be sold for $500,000+ Better have the friggin lazers.
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    rebel1280 , September 4, 2012 1:59 PM
    nforce4maxSick isn't it when one considers how most people in this world are for the most part forced to work in relative discomfort. Everything from tiny cubicles where there is so little room one can barely move while others work in sweatshop conditions. What a world where the high class office drone "works" in better conditions than most even the middle class gets to live x.x

    I think the guys in these cars are the ones that sign the paychecks of the guys that sign the paychecks of the cubicle workers :) 
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    cburke82 , September 4, 2012 4:44 PM
    Looks nice i would think it would be much nicer if there was not so much apple tech in there lol. I would not support them in anyway and that means this car/van however nice it may be would be off the table even if I had the crazy money im sure they charge for it.
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    apone , September 4, 2012 4:58 PM
    This is supposed to be for business? I'm sorry but I call shenanigans! iPads are hardly business-worthy other than keeping in touch with corporate email. Replace the iPads with full-functional dual or quad-core 15" notebooks that have 1920 x 1080 resolution and then you can get actual work done on the road.
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    belardo , September 4, 2012 6:14 PM
    rebel1280I think the guys in these cars are the ones that sign the paychecks of the guys that sign the paychecks of the cubicle workers
    Nope, there is a machine for that.
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    joebob2000 , September 4, 2012 8:08 PM
    nforce4maxSick isn't it when one considers how most people in this world are for the most part forced to work in relative discomfort. Everything from tiny cubicles where there is so little room one can barely move while others work in sweatshop conditions. What a world where the high class office drone "works" in better conditions than most even the middle class gets to live x.x


    "My air conditioned, private cubicle where i work between 8 and 8.5 hours a day is CRAMPED!"

    File this under first world problems.
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    nebun , September 4, 2012 10:43 PM
    not bad....I am sure that it's overpriced, this is barabus we are talking about
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    hetneo , September 6, 2012 11:57 AM
    They lost me with Nespresso rubbish. Brabus is not epitome of luxury, but still they should have used Gaggia or Capresso machines.
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