Ergonomics Firm Presents Altwork Station For Getting Jobs Done In All Positions

Posted: Oct 30 2015, 8:22am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 30 2015, 9:49pm CDT, in News | Technology News

Altwork Station
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If you’re someone who enjoys working in all positions – standing, sitting, reclining, etc., then the new Altwork Station might be the office equipment you need.

If does not matter whether you work on one computer or two laptops at the same time, because the Altwork Station has got you covered. It comes fully equipped with everything you’d need to enjoy working at home or in your private office.

Are you a writer or editor who works on lengthy copy for hours on end? Then you need the Altwork Station chair. Are you a manager supervising several departments, or are you an accountant who must balance the books before you attend to any other thing? Then the makers of the Altwork Station had you in mind while designing the workstation.

Regardless of the way and manner you choose to work at your desk, the Altwork Station is all you’d need. It electronically switches from one position to another, and you only need to press the right button to get it in the standing, sitting, reclining or floating position – just to get your work going in the most comfortable position.

This workstation is a chair and work-desk combined, and it has support for computer monitors such as laptops and a separate keyboard holder to give you the best of office feeling. There is a neck and lumbar support on the seat, and the back rest or footrest is adjustable to enable stretch your legs while you work.

You can recline back and have the computer monitors automatically adjusted to your focus, and it can be angled to have another co-worker by your side collaborating with you on your computers. With just the press of a button, the desk and monitor can rotate automatically toward you or any angle you want, and the other parts of the equipment will shift into the corresponding position to give you comfort and working advantage.

There are lots of magic worked into this workstation. For instance, when the station is reclined with your chair stretched out for comfort, the computer monitors shift to toward you to maintain focus with your focus, and the keyboard or mouse do not fall away, they remain magnetized to your desk.

Meanwhile, it costs only $3,900 for early adopters who pre-order for it, and $5,900 when it becomes available in the market next year. There is no doubt that it is a little pricey, but the fact remains that people spend so much more on electronics or other items that catch their fancy, but this is a workstation that is complete with all you need to get your work going.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/52" rel="author">Charles I. Omedo</a>
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