The computing experience is evolving from just pressing a mouse to having a touchscreen surface on almost every device. Motivated by the gaming market and community, the “Throne V1.0” by designer Anthony Sanchez is an interactive unit that replacing the mouse and keyboard with two touch surfaces, and an adjustable footrest (also a part of the user experience) allows the user to experience digital media in a different way. The Throne V1.0 integrates the passion of hours spent gaming, and couples it with a new way of interaction and comfort. Changing the screen, sidearm and footrest of traditional computing, the Throne features an OLED touch surface that is transparent, when not in use, and comes in a standard 18-inch display. It’ll be available in different sizes for different needs. It also includes an aluminum frame that not only adds stability, but keeps the unit fairly lightweight as well. Moreover, the recliner is cushioned with leather seat that house actuators to give user feedback in the form of vibrations. In short, the Throne V1.0 is a look into what the future of computing can be, rather than just the traditional tower/monitor setup.