IBM NetVista X41


The introduction of the IBM Personal Computer in 1981 was a technology milestone that forever changed the world. Subsequent innovation, however, was primarily limited to technology advancements and improved affordability. In nearly 20 years, little had been done to dramatically change the design paradigm of metal box, chunky monitor, and keyboard. David initiated and led a design project to reinvent the standard.

Working in close collaboration with noted designer Richard Sapper, David and his team worked to create a industry leading all-in-one computer capitalizing on emerging flat panel screen technology. The final, award winning design, integrated the monitor, CPU, and optical drive into an industry leading profile that turned heads.


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