What defines your perfect mobile office?
I was reading Trend Spotter this week and came across Nissan ’s (not so) new mobile office concept vehicle. Except that it cannot sleep a soul, it’s a pretty cool active workplace.
Unveiled at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show, the NV200 sports a well-hidden, full mobile office in the rear. Though its target apparently is “ocean photographers,” I could see this as a little giddyup run-about for Home Office Highway’ers and active teleworkers.
Sure, the rear pod can stash all the “necessary equipment a professional ocean photographer needs as well as equipment for organizing and editing photographs and images while on assignment including diving gear and an underwater sea scooter.”
But what about for a general home officer? Laptop? Sure. Broadband aircard? Absolutely. Ruck sack and hiking boots? Don’t see why not…
OK, so it lacks windows and a view (open the back hatch and just look outside). And it sports a pretty sterile interior (sometimes you need sterility and a tame environment to stay focused).
But as Trend Spotter noted, “The interior is created to combine efficiency and a human touch, mentally refreshing its occupants when traveling to or from a job site.”
Even if the job site IS the open road…