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The Emperor chair is the ultimate workspace

Here's one of the coolest things we've seen at CES 2012 so far.

Designed by a company called MWE Labs, the Emperor chair has three screens with audio controls, an LED lighting system to illuminate your workspace and a lean-back mode, so you can recline and send all of those important emails. Plus, you get an audio system built in.

The price for such luxury? The Emperor 1510 model will set you back a mere US$6200, but it really is an entire office in just one chair. To customise your workspace even further, the Emperor 200 can be hand built to your specifications, with a touchscreen control centre, air-filtering system, LED screens and an electric-powered leather seat — for US$44,750. The good news is that they ship to Australia.

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