altwork wants to radically change the way we work with our computers
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altwork’s objective is to redefine how the computer workstation coincide with the user, to support them in being more productive, comfortable and healthy. a team of designers, engineers and creatives have developed a dynamic workstation that caters to a growing number of high-intensity computer users and after much trial and error, progressive prototypes altwork is excited to share it. it allows users to work in 40 productivity positions, whether the worker wants to sit, stand, collaborate, or focus.
their patented technology provides continuous comfort while the computer seamlessly moves with the chair, all with the simple push of a button. after five years of engineering and over one million dollars of founder and angel investment, altwork is launching a pre-order campaign to finance the additional tooling and development they need to scale production of the world’s first workstation designed for computer users.
the stand position the chair includes a hydraulic system to automatically adjust positionsthe computer is incorporated into the work station the table is magnetic, keeping the mouse and keyboard steady