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    Phoronix: Sumo Lounge Titan

    Taking a break from the usual plethora of Linux benchmarks, delivering the news about Dirndl, and providing other Linux hardware reviews and news, to end out the week is a look at the Titan from Sumo Lounge. Weighing over 35 kilograms, this is one of the heaviest products that we have reviewed at Phoronix.

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=16126

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    Where are the beers consumed per hour in beanbag benchmarks?

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    > Kilograms, More Are Better

    =====8== Sumo Lounge Omni
    ===============================35== Sumo Lounge Titan
    =================================37== Sumo Lounge Titan with Dirndl

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahlaht View Post
    Weight
    > Kilograms, More Are Better

    =====8== Sumo Lounge Omni
    ===============================35== Sumo Lounge Titan
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    What about things like back temperature when sitting in it, effort it takes to get out of, number of sumo wrestlers it takes to make it pop, etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by deanjo View Post
    Where are the beers consumed per hour in beanbag benchmarks?
    With the independent variable being "person"?

    Beers consumed per hour
    > Count, More Are Better?

    =2 allquixotic
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    ================================================== =======61== Michael

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    How's the power consumption going in and out of standby?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWretched View Post
    How's the power consumption going in and out of standby?
    only 2 beers per hour but only if you drink very slowly...

    but if you drink German beer its more than 4 because you can't slowdown your consuming

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    Oh no! Michael is on meth again!

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    $379 for a beanbag?! When I was in college those things cost about ten bucks at Target. I know the dollar has gone in the toilet since then, but still, $379 is a simply ridiculous sum of money for a beanbag. You can get a much nicer, more comfortable, and probably even heavier easy chair/recliner for that kind of money.

    Personally, I was disappointed with the article title. I was expecting some monstrosity of a server, multi-headed display, or a massive computer case to be reviewed. The last computer case I got was just about the same shipping size and weight of the beanbag, but cost about a hundred bucks less. I was hoping to see it be reviewed since it is a neat piece of equipment, but nope, we get a review of a beanbag chair. And it's a pretty skimpy review with no benchmarks. How about some benchmarks of number of times the chair gets plopped into before the beans start popping out and blowing around the room?

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    only 2 beers per hour but only if you drink very slowly...

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