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110 Tiffany Office Furniture




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This article is from the Ergonomics and Typing Injury FAQ, by Dan Wallach dwallach@cs.princeton.edu with numerous contributions by others.

110 Tiffany Office Furniture

This is a line of stands and carts; there is a basic workstation cart
(mobile bi-level table) for about $450 and a more elaborate but smaller
cart (less available workspace for $400. The smaller cart has space under
it for a printer. The stands consist of towers on pedestals with casters;
The monitor sits on a stand atop the tower, the keyboard on a tray clamped
to the tower and the cpu unit on a bracket at the base.

Tiffany also makes a line of terminal stands; these are simply small
tables on pedestals with casters. Prices range from $200 for a simple
table to $320 for a very adjustable table. Larger units are available too.

The smaller cart may work for what I need if the keyboard tray will adjust
out from the table far enough; the keyboard tray is a little too narrow
for my keyboard and mouse together (stupid optical mice! The only thing
worse is a mechanical mouse; think I'll get a trackball). There is no
workspace on this thing, but I could put it right next to a table.
Known supplier: Husk office furniture and supplies
327 W Clark
PO Box 886
Pasco, WA 99301
Phone
509-547-7593

 

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