Dunder Mifflin Releases New Pyramid Tablet – Challenges Conventional Rectangle Tablets [Video]


If iOS isn’t really your thang and the upcoming Kindle Fire isn’t enough “tablet” for you — I may have some good news. Dunder Mifflin-Sabre is jumping head-first into the tablet scene with their very own tablet “The Pyramid.” Unlike your traditional rectangle tablet (read: snore-fest) which is sure to be the target of frivolous litigation, the Pyramid comes in an unconventional triangle shape. This allows for users to “unleash the power of the pyramid.”

So how much power are we talking about here? Well, without the optional battery pack and memory booster, the device only weighs in at around 3lbs. Not too shabby. Keep in mind if you’re thinking of picking up one of these bad boys sans the memory booster, the device will only be packing 50L of memory. 50L? Don’t ask.

Not sure exactly how well the Dunder Mifflin Pyramid will do on the market seeing how better funded tablets like the BlackBerry Playbook and HTC Flyer are already seeing significant price drops. I’ll definitely be rooting for the tablet’s design lead Dwight Schrute and the team over at Dunder Mifflin. Check out the video below to see the Pyramid in action.

[Via NBC]

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. week old but funny as hell… thanks for sharing :)

    1. Tryin’ to lighten up the mood around here, ya know? o_O

  2. HAHAHAH!!!! SO HAPPY YOU POSTED THIS. I love the office and the fact that you dedicated an article to a fictional tablet is hilarious.

    1. is no real? :(

  3. I would love to play Zelda games on a triangular tablet. Triforce! x3

  4. i find it very hard to “laugh” at anything coming from the office when everyone’s going around shouting and yelling “THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID DURRRRRRR” jokes.

    1. Yeah, I know. It’s so hard.

      1. That’s what she said

  5. The awesome part, is that it appears to be functional. Web browsing can be a bit challenging. Otherwise Sabre apps can make your pyramid experience a breeze.

  6. LoL!! I came here thinking that someone was trying to make a triangular tablet. LoL!! Can’t “technically” call it a tablet.

    I love the Office. People who don’t know where “That’s what she said” shouldn’t be allowed to say it. My friend OVER USES the joke and just killed it for me. *sigh*

    But this made me chuckle. LoL!! The Trablet?

    1. The first officially documented “that’s what she said” is actually attributed to Alfred Hitchcock in 1929 from a sound test for the movie Blackmail.

      1. Eh wha!? Well it looks like I’m not allowed to say it. LoL!! Oh. OK then.

  7. “You see, you see I told you, there can. be different shapes!”…Tim

  8. Haha, I know why its a triangle. To bring back memories of another failed triangle. AOL

  9. I was cracking up watching that episode last week!

  10. I wouldn’t buy one. This is obviously some half-baked pyramid scheme.

  11. You’re gonna want the memory pack.

  12. I always LOL when I start to read a Chris Chavez article. About 3 sentences in you can tell it’s his.

  13. Welcome to a week ago…

  14. 50L of memory!! I can put all my movies and SNES ROMs on it!!

  15. The real selling point is:

    -It seconds as a knife and pizza cutter
    -If you throw it, it comes back (like the BoomStick from Rage)
    -It works great as a carpenters angle!

  16. EPIC, like most of the Office US is!

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