BRING BACK TECHNOLOGY
WITH BUILT-IN HANDLES
I did the joy-cons on my switch in transparent "atomic purple" (which IIRC is what that kind of transparent plastic is called). Being able to see the inside of your electronics is cool as heck!
Heh. I have 2 of those devices. One is much, much more usable than the other.
(The bondi blue imac has a failed hard drive, and finding a replacement _and_ putting it into the device is ... well, not happening anytime soon. The Gamecube obviously still works (: )
If there's one piece of technology that will undoubtedly survive the coming apocalypse, it's the Nintendo GameCube™
@Christian That always seems useful until you go and do it and then realize that you also have a bunch of cables and accessories to haul with it... I'd rather a case or carrying bag that can hold all if it.
IMO handles are especially nice on heavy / large electronics (desktop PCs, monitors, speakers, etc.). I don't think you'd need to have a specialized carrying-case for them, though you're right about the wires and other doodads.
@Christian You're right. There's a handful of desktops (mid-towers) with handles at the office I support and they're always nice and convenient to deal with when I need to swap them out and stuff.
@Christian My dad used to have a "portable computer" for work. It was a big beige miditower PC with a luggage strap wrapped round as a handle to lift it into the car boot, plus a separate CRT monitor. 💪
@Christian As you can see with indoor bike trainers, handles are premium features (looking at Kickr Core vs Kickr)
@Christian i did snag a ruggedized getac laptop with a handle from ebay, waiting for it to arrive...