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That arm thing she has. I want it. I can't wait for outfits to start looking like that.
So... she has a tablet, a desktop...and her desk is also a computer?
Han, I think it's just a mat.
Kumacuda said:
That arm thing she has. I want it. I can't wait for outfits to start looking like that.
They make them. And you can buy them. They just aren't very popular in today's age
Tiki said:
They make them. And you can buy them. They just aren't very popular in today's age
"Where to buy them" is the next question. I believe more than a few of us want some now.
Kumacuda said:
That arm thing she has. I want it. I can't wait for outfits to start looking like that.
Umm... elbow_gloves
I'm not sure if this counts as a screenshot or not...
Tiki said:
They make them. And you can buy them. They just aren't very popular in today's age
Links Now!
Kumacuda said:
Links Now!
There seems to be 2 types of them Wristers which are usually only go up to the wrist but some can be extended. And the Elbow Gloves which are more associated with women and porn.
That's not really the same thing though.
DNottin said:
Han, I think it's just a mat.
You killed my hopes and dreams...
Kumacuda said:
That's not really the same thing though.
It's more of a girl thing as well.
Tiki said:
And the Elbow Gloves which are more associated with women and porn.
According to Wikipedia they have a more common application as formal wear, both historically and currently. And in Japan they are used as skin protection during the summertime. It also implies that they were once popularly used in mens' formal wear as well.

This is slowly but surely getting off-topic from the image...
minabiStrikesAgain said:
According to Wikipedia they have a more common application as formal wear, both historically and currently. And in Japan they are used as skin protection during the summertime. It also implies that they were once popularly used in mens' formal wear as well.

This is slowly but surely getting off-topic from the image...
I've just been logic'd. To keep this from going way off course i'd like to point out/ask, why is that keyboard so strangly shaped? Is there any benefit for have a keyboard look like that?
Tiki said:
I've just been logic'd. To keep this from going way off course i'd like to point out/ask, why is that keyboard so strangly shaped? Is there any benefit for have a keyboard look like that?
Assuming the depth thet is given from it, the only thing I can say is more natural wrist position. Instead of being flat out in front, its slightly angled out, split where your hands wouldn't cross on a normal keyboard, as to lessen stress of some sort in the wrist.
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