The world cannot decide which is better - working while standing up or sitting down so a team of Lithuanians have created a desk, TableAir, that automatically adjusts to the user's needs.
TableAir

TableAir is particularly useful for those who work in sedentary jobs and feel back or knee pain. With TableAir, just one click of a button and holding a hand for about 10 seconds over the table will automatically convert the table into a place suitable for work while standing.

It can also be operated through a mobile app in which the height parameters can be set from 60 centimetres to almost 1.5 metres. The mobile app has a timer to remind you when to change work position.

While TableAir is less expensive than its competitors’ Stir or EvoDesk creations - the price of the TableAir still ranges from €2300 to €2800.

Lrytas.lt

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