Bluebroc C-Station Relaxation Station

Posted: Dec 9 2004, 8:47am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:16pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
Bluebroc C-Station Relaxation Station
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Furniture designers are always trying to come up with the ideal computer workplace. UK's Bluebroc tries the extreme comfort aproach with the C-Station.

The C-shaped workspace wrapped around the ergonomically designed chair provides space for a remote control, mobile phone, book and drink. In addition, a PC or Mac can be installed with adjustable flat screen monitor, wireless keyboard and mouse for the ultimate work or relaxation space.
Bluebroc's MD and designer Paul Tasker says he concieved the C-Station on a 5 months motorcycle trip from the UK to Australia. site.

I do not think that this chair would work for me spending 10+ hours on the machine each day. On such a chair I would just sleep all day. I save up my money for the Freedom Chair from Humanscale.




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