Altwork Station

Oct 29, 2015

Category: Living

If you’ve ever dreamed of working at your computer while lying down on your back, we’ve got a desk design for you: the Altwork Station, a workstation specifically engineered to allow users to recline on their backs while working at a computer.

The desk is a convertible workstation that allows users to not only stand and sit, but also lie down, with the computer’s monitor suspended above you. The design uses magnets to hold the mousepad, keyboard and mouse in place while reclining, so that they’re not sliding onto the floor. Buyers are able to customize the color scheme and choose their own preferred desk material. The idea was born when its designer injured his back years ago and found himself unable to sit while working at a computer. The desk is available now for an early adopter price of $3,900, and it will retail regularly at $5,900. [Purchase]

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