Simon Tien walked into our office with some serious guts. He demanded Neptune be the kind of startup that gives mega brands a black eye. His idea was to create a central computing device that would command other displays and peripherals, much like the original desktop PC, but on the body, thus turning our personal computing paradigm upside down. It took us a while to warm up to the idea because of the nearly insurmountable challenges that we knew the company would face, and the heated debate that would ensue. After a lot of thought, we decided: what the heck, what's life without the challenge of status quo?