Uprite Ergo's New Height Adjustable Workstation Eases the Impact on Body
FREMONT, CA: Uprite Ergo makes its Sit2Stand Height Adjustable Workstation available on Kickstarter, a publishing platform to allow people relax while working in a sitting or standing position by relieving the back, legs, neck and other tense muscles from unnecessary stress and strain.
The Uprite Ergo Sit2Stand Workstation is a durable and affordable height adjustable workstation that occupies a small footprint on an existing desk or table. Its adjustable column allows for a fast and simple transition from a sitting position to a standing one while locking levers to ensure stability and security of monitor and keyboard. The workstation is equipped with a keyboard and a convenient slide-out / slide-in work surface designed to accommodate a calculator, notepad, phone, office supplies, your healthy snacks or any number of items that fits work.
The Sit2Stand Workstation will come in three versions: a standard version for most standard monitors, a heavy-duty version for heavier monitors and all-in-ones like the iMac and finally a dual monitor version. Uprite Ergo’s platform base allows the unit to sit on top of existing desks, negating the wasteful need to purchase a new desk.
“We’re excited to launch what we feel is an elegant, affordable solution to sitting all day, Uprite Ergo founder said. The stylish, easy-to-use Sit2Stand workstation can help transform a sedentary office routine into one that includes more healthful standing,” says John Mosher, founder, Uprite Ergo.
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