Bentley confirms mobile office


18 comments so far

It looks stressful with all this information overload capability for the "boss on the move". Wouldn’t a personal assistant be better?

Gem | Syd – October 04, 2011, 11:59AM

2 ipads, 2 keyboards, a 16 inch LED, a mini Mac and a fridge for $138,000? Man, those motors in the shelves must be pricey. I’m pretty sure some dude from Brighton has done this to a Civic for a lot less.

Andrew | Sydney – October 04, 2011, 12:33PM

A Rolls Royce was for a chap who had a driver, while a Bentley was for a chap who preferred to drive himself. In this case perhaps he can have his man operate the computer in the back seat while he drives.

Bushranger | Sydney – October 04, 2011, 11:40AM

How many companies actually use apple for a work computer. I have always been supplied with a Dell !!!

Oh Well | Parramatta – October 04, 2011, 1:06PM

PLEASE NO!!!! No more Apple signs… Apple logos does not mean you are cool, hip, smart, technical or successful. Its just a logo…

James | Sydney – October 04, 2011, 2:04PM

So the high-flying executive can one-finger type an email to his golf club asking how the greens are running, before switching on the infotainment system and watching re-runs of I Dream of Jeannie. oh master…

johnniesazzler | Port Kembla – October 04, 2011, 4:17PM

Siiiick, some nerd from an ultra rich family can play WoW in the back seat. YAY!

myob – October 04, 2011, 4:24PM

@Oh well | Parramatta

‘How many companies actually use apple for a work computer’

More and more…..My company provides Mac Book Pro, iPhone, and an iPad. at a recent meeting in the US everyone was on Mac…..seems the Mac Book Air is the preferred for frequent travellers as well….and sensibly so.

Realist | Sydney – October 04, 2011, 5:38PM

What a rip off. A couple of ipads for $138k? Fair dinkum, you can get a decent setup for maybe $3-4k, with full conectivity back to your office using a 3g sierra nevada wireless card from Telstra.

Add a few more screens, or at worse, get some AV guy to hook them up for you for another couple of grand.

But $138k?!? I’d be very surprised if too many people shelled out for this.

Rob | sydney – October 04, 2011, 6:33PM

Replace the screens with one large one on each side; the present layout is too fussy and poor design;why have tiny screens which cheapen the effect.two large screens will look great and enable a panoramic movie experience in the back seat area or can be used for different tasks when needed;in security models for shieks and dignitarys,the screens could be armour plated for protection from front of vehicle cannon assault.

samoged | golbhurn – October 04, 2011, 6:45PM

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