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If you want to know what HP's new Zvr display is like, imagine a drafting table. Then, imagine that you are wearing silly glasses, reaching inside the drafting table with a pair of tweezers and using them to twist and turn a beating, 3D, human heart. It's the future of work! I hope.


Many Lifehacker readers are no stranger to the computing-intensive needs of creative fields like design, architecture, manufacturing and the entertainment industry. Specialised software requires more than a traditional computer. You need a powerful machine like Dell’s Precision range of desktop towers, racks and mobile workstations — independent software vendor (ISV)-certified and rigorously engineer-tested to maximise your workflow.


This, as you might be able to tell, is no normal desk setup. Designed to provide the ultimate in both comfort and productivity, we introduce to you the MWE Lab Emperor 1510 LX work station. If you have to ask how much it costs, you probably can't afford it.


I want to work on this Vespa workstation made with half a 1968 Vespa half of the day. Then chill out the other half of the day on the chair made with the other half of the Vespa. A brilliant mashup.


Working from home, the postman's the only person I have to watch out for, so cubicle dwellers will have greater need for a boss-watching periscope than I do. Using a few supplies you'll be closing the Gizmodo tab well within time.