Sunday, February 21, 2016

My New Workstation

I sit on my backside most of the day, staring at a workstation monitor. At some sites, I have the Herman Miller Aeron chair, which is OK, but there has to be a better way to sit and think and interpret, and whatever else it is I do all day.

And here it is:







The Altwork Company has come up with a better way, a "new way to work," the Altwork Station. Look at the pictures and watch the video, and I think you'll agree, it has got to be better than what most of us do now.

This next step in workspace evolution is fairly reasonable as such things go...
As an early adopter, you’ll be one of the first people on Earth to have a workstation that works with you.

The list price for an Altwork Station is $5,900, but for our early adopters, we’re offering significant discounts.

Our early discount program will provide a forum for you to get to know us, and for us to get to know you as we build, deliver, and support a workstation that will change the relationship between you and your work.

There are two options for Altwork early-adopter discount customers:

Buy Now – $4,900 or $3,900

Signature Altwork Station – $4,900 includes:

Lock-in early adopter discount of $1,000
Choose from 10 custom upholstery colors, 3 frame colors, 4 desk and accent colors
Engraved commemorative plate with unique serial number
Priority manufacturing and shipping (you’ll be the first on your block)
Limited quantity available
Price does not include shipping

Altwork Station – $3,900 includes:

Lock-in early adopter discount of $2,000
Choose from 2 pre-configured color palettes
Priority manufacturing and shipping (you’ll be the second coolest kid on your block after Signature series, which is still pretty cool)
Limited quantity available
Price does not include shipping

I think I could do without the Signature Version. On second thought, why not go all the way?

I think my backside is worth it!

1 comment :

Stacey Gordon said...

The guy in the 4th picture is still keeping his head in a forward position, so he's not benefiting much from the configuration or not optimizing the config.
It needs to be adjusted better.
Watching him in the video shows that he doesn't even use the head rest. The other's do not use it much either.. Head in a forward position is one of the main reasons for pain (headache, stiff neck) and dysfunction. Sitting the way he is sitting renders the entire piece of equipment moot.