Ideal for multimedia applications, the curved design of the Console Unit keeps everything within easy reach. Enjoy the health benefits of sitting and standing throughout the day with a simple squeeze of the paddle to adjust the keyboard surface up and down. A full array of monitors fit comfortably across the curved workstation and wrap around you for easy viewing.
The wrap-around design of the Console is perfect for lining up an array of multiple monitors for easy viewing. With an overall depth of 39”, there’s room to spread out your equipment with plenty of elbow room left over. The adjustable shelf holds more than just your keyboard. There’s space for your tablet too!
With a gentle squeeze of the paddle, the front keyboard shelf rises 7" above and 6" below the rear stationary surface to give you a variety of flexible sitting and standing positions. The front surface tilts 15° negative or 9° positive to ease wrist strain. Extremely sturdy, the front shelf holds up to 40 lbs.
Double or even triple the space of your editing station with Additional Shelves and Extension Tubes. Position and reposition the monitor surface and shelves easily with holes in 1” increments along the vertical legs. Attach a CPU SideRack on the inside or outside legs of your Unit for quick accessibility.
Cords stay organized in two horizontal cable trays that run below each curve of the Console. Need extra outlets? Check out our Standard Surge Protector and Clamp-On Surge Protector.
With an overall capacity of 150 pounds, the sturdy Console Unit easily holds many monitors and lots of heavy editing equipment. Durable shelves are made with 1” thick, industrial-grade particle board and scratch-resistant laminate.
The six 3” casters make the Console easy to move, whether to access cords at the back of the cart or to another room. With the front two casters locking, the workstation stays put. Need more maneuverability? Upgrade to robust 5” casters.
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