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Mercedes Collaborates With Top Tech Companies To Create Mobile Workplace

Mercedes Collaborates With Top Tech Companies To Create Mobile Workplace
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Brabus' "iBusiness 3D" Viano van has been outfitted with Apple devices, a Sony 3D TV, and PS3 to create an on-the-go work and play station.

Emma Hutchings
  • 10 january 2012

After creating a mobile office loaded with Apple gadgets in the Mercedes S600, German car tuner Brabus turned to the Mercedes-Benz Viano van, transforming it into a 3D multimedia lounge and workplace on wheels. The “iBusiness 3D” is kitted out with reclining, electric-powered luxury office chairs in Bordeaux red and gray leather. There is also a wealth of state-of-the-art entertainment technology from Sony and Apple.

Van Outfitted With The Latest Tech Becomes On-The-Go Workplace

Brabus’ interior designers and electronics specialists included a Sony Bravia 3D TV, PlayStation 3, iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch and MacMini with internet connectivity. These Apple devices can be used to control all of the on-board multimedia equipment in the van. You can get a closer look inside the vehicle in the video below:

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