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The Altwork Station Is All about Business

By Victor Baker


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If you’ve ever dreamed about the perfect computer workstation, this is probably as good as it gets. Altwork, a California-based startup, has decided to redefine how computer workstations are meant to work, designing the ultimate environment for anyone who uses the computer as their primary working tool.

The Altwork Station will help you become even more productive, while comfortably working in almost any position you would like, as this stunning workstation will easily switch between standing, sitting and a wicked floating position that will make you feel like you’re working on a cloud.

This innovative workstation took 5 years to design and develop, with a dedicated team of designers, engineers and creatives, working together to discover the best positions for high intensity computer users. Altwork will feature 40 different productivity positions and this way it will also take care of your health.

Altwork Station

There will be four modes available: standing, collaboration, regular and focus, each of them configurable with buttons located on the desk’s surface. And to prevent everything from falling down in the floating positions, Altwork even uses magnets to keep your keyboard or mouse in place.

The automated desk and chair rig is already available for pre-order and early adopters will get it at a special price, for just $3,900. The first deliveries are expected to start in mid 2016, when the price for the Altwork Station will rise to $5,900.

That might seem like a lot to most people, but for someone who spends most of the time in front of the computer, I’m sure it’s worth every single penny. I already see myself in one of these cool workstations, writing articles for Luxatic, trading some options with BinaryUno, reading emails and even trying out some new games.


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About Victor Baker

Victor is our go-to associate editor for anything with four wheels – and more! With over a decade of experience in automotive journalism, his expertise spans from classic cars to the latest in electric vehicle technology. Beyond vehicles, he has broadened his editorial reach to cover a wide range of topics, from technology and travel to lifestyle and environmental issues. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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