Ergoprise Intros Programmable Electric Height Adjustable Desk
By Anuradha Shukla, TMCnet Contributor
Ergoprise is expanding the ergonomic benefits of a height adjustable workspace with the release of an innovative Sit 2 Stand programmable electric height adjustable desk.
The first height and width adjustable desk was recently launched at the National Ergonomics Conference and Exposition and will include a four-stage programmable digital readout. This readout is an expensive upgrade on other electric desks but will be offered as a standard in the Ergoprise S2S Sit 2 Stand Desk and Workstation product lines.
The newly introduced Sit 2 Stand programmable electric height adjustable desk offers significant height and width adjustment to its customers. This means that this desk can be easily increased in size to suit the specific needs of the customers. Additionally, Sit 2 Stand will enable a customer to only buy a new desktop and will be saved from the hassle of investing in a new desk.
Other features in the new release include treadmill and recumbent bike options. Ergoprise is offering the S2S at a lower standard price than comparable models and claims this product offers more features than similar products offered by its competitors.
“The range of adjustability makes the Ergoprise S2S uniquely positioned to address the student user.” said Stephanie Gilbert, CEO, in a statement.“We want to encourage our schools to take a proactive approach to preventing health issues that students may have later in life. We've priced the S2S in the range that should make widespread adoption possible.”
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Edited by Amanda Ciccatelli