High-Res LCD "Window" Is Yours for Less Than $10,000

High-Res LCD "Window" Is Yours for Less Than $10,000

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Taryn Williford
Jun 7, 2010

Flying is overrated. Whenever somebody asks what superpower we'd like to have, we tell them "the ability to add big, glorious windows wherever we want." But it looks like our alter-ego may have beat us to the punch, in true comic book style. Living in the city, unless you're willing to spend mega-bucks each month, your apartment probably has a horrendous view. Instead of peeking at brick walls and dumpsters all day, install the eScape window and get a great view of the beach, even if you live in Phoenix.

Do you remember when we showed you the dual-screen "window" of the WinScape? Cheaper than relocating, some smart brains from Rational Craft designed a few high-resolution screens so they could instantly be anywhere.

Well now the same technology can be available to you.

The eScape window is a 40-inch 1080p LCD monitor that mounts to the wall inside of a traditional window frame, leaving you with an endlessly customizable view where there wasn't one. And it can be yours right now for the low, low really really ridiculously high price of $9,750.

Although we dig the unusual use of technology to upgrade a home—especially for someone in a window-less basement apartment—but we can't help but think of the "half hour to 1.25 hours long" HD videos of the eScape window as the year-round version of the Christmas fireplace log DVD. What do you think, Unplggd?

Via DVICE

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