Ruf-Cinema Turns Your Bedroom into a Living Room

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We've seen plenty of pimped out beds with built-in LCDs that magically ascend from the base, but none of them can come close to this one. Looking like something you'd find in the Jetsons' household, the Ruf-Cinema multimedia bed has its own built-in projection screen that rises and descends with the push of a button. As if that weren't enough, the bed also has...

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an integrated A/V rack that lets you store your game console, DVD player, and set top box. No word on pricing or availability, though we wish it had some built-in speakers as well.

Ruf Cinema [via Gizmo Watch]

DISCUSSION

No one is thinking about the motion in the ocean factor. Hello! I have trouble keeping my damn lamp on the end table upright and it's not even attached to the bed. It's at least 6" away. Now attach all this AV stuff to the bed and we have some damage going on.

I am not worried about the projector next to my head. The read audiophile will have speakers no where near the bed but mounted away from it. This is all about presentation. But what kind of presentation is it when the damn AV equipment falls down on top of you and your lady? That is just wrong! I do however like the padded headrests. Good for bondage. I tell too much. Plus it messes up the alignment of the projection TV.

Word to your mutha...