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Ergotron launches iMac, and Mac laptop ergonomic desk solutions

updated 08:15 am EDT, Tue October 8, 2013

WorkFit-A and WorkFit-P convert desk to sit-stand setup

Global provider of ergonomic work and lifestyle products Ergotron announced today the launch of its newest sit-stand solutions, the WorkFit-A and WorkFit-P workstations with aluminum construction designed specifically to complement Appledesktop and laptop products. They are available for pre-sale now, and will be released in the United States and Canada in late October 2013 through Apple-authorized resellers.

The WorkFit-A Sit-Stand Workstation, priced at $649, mounts the latest iMac computer on an height-adjustable arm and clamps to the back edge of an existing desk up to 31.5 inches deep. A grommet hole-mount base option is also included. The WorkFit-A has one-touch motion with patented "Constant Force" technology, sit-stand height adjustment and a separate keyboard tray with tilt.

The $329 WorkFit-P Sit-Stand Workstation is intended for Macbook Pro and MacBook Air users. The WorkFit-P attaches to the side or rear of an existing desk to create an adjustable sit-to-stand workstation. A grommet hole-mount base option is included as well. The unit holds up to 10 pounds, and has a height adjustment range of 20 inches.




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