This futuristic desk lets you work laying down
Are you one of those people who can't sit still at their desk? This station is perfect for you. Altwork created an engineering marvel that functions as a working desk adaptable to any position. If you like a standing desk all you have to do is push a button and adjust the display to stretch while you type. In case you prefer laying down, the same simple process will get you in a horizontal position -- and probably trigger your co-workers' envy. The work station is the result of many years of experimentation and will cost $5,900, but the startup will sell the first batch for $3,900.
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The ideal customers are designers, writers, programmers or anyone who spends many hours in front of a computer and needs to type and browse all day. The positions are configurable with buttons on the desk that set the system in four main postures: standing, collaboration, regular and focus. The desk is equipped with magnets that prevent anything from falling on you when you take the focus position, which is the horizontal one that lets you lay down.
A Mashable reporter tested the chair and commented:
Here is the full video company made:
In case laying down is not for you and you are more into motion, here is a treadmill desk:
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