Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Sep 14, 2020.
I was unable to find them on the UK site.
OLD Ikea were like that, many rental flat i had are equiped with them... sadly the new one are not like that (and the price are also less good).
abit oot but regarding ikea, overall i like them, some of their products are smart, as efficient system seems like their way of design
ikea have wide varieties product, from cheap to expensive one
expensive one sure have quality, and most likely will last really long with proper care
but not really for cheap one, well some can say quality match what u paid for
those low-to-mid model furniture with particle woods, basically use and dump after few years
it wont last long like real-wood one
i think that what make people experience different for ikea products
but i wouldnt call them bad company, afaik they test all their products properly
and they not stingy to recall product when they found failure prone ones (https://www.ikea.com/us/en/customer-service/product-support/recalls/)
The way this is going, we'll be bathing in a gaming tub filled with RGB bubbles. I don't know about you Gurus but the trend drives me
Asus: hey ikea let us stick a sticker to some of your stuff and double the price and you get a cut of the extra profit.
IKEA :. Ok!
Just make your own Ikea have a wide range of trestles, legs, tops, cable hangers etc and you can easily make a desk to suit made mine a few years back and its fine but it is getting a bit small now with the ever increasing space needed for monitors
the ONLY thing i liked from the photos is the wall panels, and not the rgb of it but the functionality
one can buy cheap crap anywhere online for desks and chairs.
but like they say you get what you pay for - no whining.
It's just a marketing photo, but I'm not at all keen about putting a PC that close to the floor. I've worked on too many that were a hair-and-fiber forensic technician's dream, (or nightmare), when you open them up.
And placing them inside the table's legs doesn't strike me as wise. That should be a keep-out zone. Nothing like inadvertently delivering a kick to your 12Tb spinner in the middle of a defrag.
nothing to do with the products.
there ppl living where you don't have dust bunny's roaming, cases have mesh filters anyway, not everyone ihas motorists issues and wont kick their box just because its next to them, and data thats important to me, i backup anyway,
Nice product placement for the Symfonisk speaker in the last picture