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You Literally Never Have to Get Out of This $1,200 Gaming Bed

byVictor Tangermann
3. 11. 20
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Perfect for a 14-day self-quarantine.

Goodbye Outside

Japanese company Bauhutte has come up with the perfect solution to surviving a 14-day quarantine while the coronavirus outbreak is raging: a $1,200 gaming bed concept.

“I wake up and move from my bed to my desk. Why is that so complicated?” the website reads, as translated by Google. “Gaming beds solve this problem.”

Energy Wagon

First spotted by PC Gamer, the unconventional bed has enough room for a dual monitor setup, oversized cupholders, a desk lamp, and even a retractable phone holder so you don’t have to go through the pain of holding your phone with your hand.

An “Energy Wagon” will store all the Mountain Dew and Doritos you could possibly need during your self-quarantine-slash-endless-gaming-session. An elevated headboard can store even more stuff.

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And no, you literally will never have to leave this bed — except for maybe going to the bathroom.

“As soon as you get up, you can watch a game or anime and realize a life cycle of falling asleep without difficulty,” reads the website.

READ MORE: This Japanese gamer bed is gaming’s final form [PC Gamer]

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