IKEA Dresser Gets New Look
The IKEa Dresser is getting a new look as well as some upgrades in a few ways.
We’ve seen this before, and we’ll get to that in a moment.
First, the dresser will now be able to be opened and closed with one hand, and it will no longer be a “slash lock” system.
Second, the front and back doors have been redesigned to be “more spacious” and more useful.
The dresser’s new front doors can now be opened to the “full size” view (the “dresses” side of the front door), and the back doors can be opened with the front latch on.
The door locks can now also be opened using the left and right thumbsticks on the back.
The new rear doors can also be unlocked with a thumbstick, but it will take a bit of trial and error.
The front doors are also now “less likely to close” when opened.
The new front and rear doors are now more spacious, with “full-size” views for each.
In addition to the new front door, the “slim” front door has also been redesigned.
It has two doors, each with a different size.
The sides of the door are now slightly larger, and the door latch is now more “tight.”
The front and side doors are both now “more open” and can be used to open and close the door locks.
The left and left thumbsticks can also both be used together to open the front doors, and they can also use to open both sides of a door.
We don’t see any changes to the IKEac door handles, but we’ll be sure to report back on those in the future.
A few new settings have also been added.
We haven’t had much time to play with them yet, but they are designed to make the settings easier to understand.
The default settings will now let you set the IKDisplay to “on” or “off,” and to “auto” or to “turn on/off” the IKeyboard shortcut for the front of the computer.
You can also set the display’s brightness to either the default 30% or the maximum 100%.
We’re not sure what the settings for “auto brightness” or the “auto screen on/screen off” are for, but the Ikea Dressers default settings seem to be more for casual use, like turning on the computer or turning off the keyboard when you’re not using it.
Finally, we’re going to give the new IKEas new backlit keyboard a try for the first time.
The keys are designed so they are easier to reach with one finger, and when you press the keyboard with the right thumbstick it is very easy to reach the keys with your left hand.
We didn’t have a chance to try them on a real IKE, but our test model has the backlit keys and the front keys in place.
This is definitely the most customizable IKEout there is.
If you have a new IKDresser, or just want to add some customization to your IKE out, check out our IKE dresser guide for help with that.
If it doesn’t work for you, just check out the IKIas keyboard guide for suggestions on how to make your own keyboard and keys.