Apparently there’s a new magnetically hovering chair made of of acrylic on the market nowadays, as illustrated by this article on Gizmodo. The thing looks absolutely terrible as far as comfort goes. It looks like it might be better suited for someone who has bone structure vaguely resembling the complexity of a sand-filled pillow. A slightly curved concrete chair might be a little more comfortable. Not to mention the fact you could never have electronics anywhere in the vicinity — as magnets strong enough to heave most Americans’ bellies into the air would destroy most disks and hard discs anywhere near it (since its data is stored magnetically). Avoid this chair if at all possible.