G4 Mac Coffee Table



In this excruciating business, which is computers and mobile phones some things expire more rapidly than other and by the day more and more new products flood the market eager to capture the youth’s interest with useful and fun applications.To better understand how objects that three of four years ago were sold for big money and now they are worthless take a look at this coffee table. Some of you, Apple fans will instantly recognize the table base because you probably owned one until recently and maybe you still have it thrown away in the garage.

Since technologically these things are archaic and considered junk or electronic waste they still mean something and they still worth something but in totally different directions. The plastic cases can be recycled, the metal components as well but as we can see on this table the best way is to keep them together and find another use for them.

Some may look at this table as murder, as a sacrilege because these Mac computers ruled at some point and they deserve a special place in our hearts and an “honorable discharge” but some other people will look this from a more happy place and from a more positive perspective. They might look it as an opportunity to preserve the old Mac’s memory alive and I think this was the exact reason that stood at the base of this beautiful “antique” coffee table.


Published by in Design And Concept, on September 3rd, 2012

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