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New WorkFit Ergonomic Workstations From Ergotron 'Take a Stand' for 21st Century Office Computing
Date:8/27/2009

adjustment and negative tilt keyboard ensures optimum elbow and wrist placement to avoid repetitive stress injury.

Ergotron's WorkFit is available in four configurations - from the productivity-promoting dual-monitor or combo (laptop with LCD) to single-LCD cart (Light Duty and Heavy Duty) models. Fully-equipped WorkFit workstations facilitate collaboration at fulltime, temporary or telecommuter work pods, especially when customized with accessories that fit employee needs.

"We are committed to greatly reducing the cost of ergonomics and bringing it to millions of people because we understand that by doing so we will make the lives of millions of people better," explains Joel Hazzard, president and CEO of Ergotron. "WorkFit enables businesses to affordably boost productivity while addressing the number one cause of corporate health expense: neck and back injury."

Ergotron's WorkFit workstations carry a MSRP of $899 in the US, and are available for sale to the global healthcare market through regional reseller and distribution channels. Each WorkFit includes cart, LCD pivot, integrated worksurface, keyboard tray with left/right mouse tray, wrist rest, mouse holder, cable storage box, CPU holder and four dual casters.

With its small footprint, large worksurface and modular platform, the WorkFit is ideal for both new office projects and retrofits. Its versatility and ease of deployment reduces expenditures in new workspace creation and maintenance, optimizing space utilization for large enterprise and corporate, financial, healthcare, education, manufacturing, and government customers.

To see the WorkFit in action in Ergotron's movie "CubeLife 2.0: The Uprising" or for more information about Ergotron's WorkFit workstations - including access to a free WorkFit Payback Calculator and a podcast by University of Missouri professor Marc Hamilton on the benefits of standing d
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