It's easy to be skeptical when you hear someone's made a piece of furniture called the iTable, based on the iPhone. But at least stick around until 0:20 of this video to check it out:
Designed and produced by Kyle Buckner Designs, the iTable features an integrated subwoofer in the base and of course, those pop-up speakers that appear and disappear with a swipe when you want a plain ol' coffee table.
Kyle, if you're reading this—get these into an Apple Store! Sneak in at night and install it yourself if you have to. If you convince them to carry it and sell even one per Apple Store in the U.S., you're basically set for retirement.
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Oy, bad design, me thinks.
Maybe now the enlargement of objects should be considered in the TRIZ inventive principles. This is big ass docking station.