I tried a $7,600 desk that lets you get horizontal at work
It's prime cold and flu season, which means many of us are at home re-familiarizing ourselves with the workstation known as the sickbed. This has two adjustable positions: seated, with your back propped up and laptop supported by pillows; or horizontal with thighs raised, laptop cutting into your belly. All while you try to knock out at least an email or two before the DayQuil wears off again.
But what if you could work in a more comfortable bed-like position when you're well enough to be in the office? And what if there were really, really good ergonomic and creative benefits to doing so? That's the premise of the Signature Altwork Station, a painstakingly-designed, highly-adjustable steel-frame desk made by a company in Sonoma, California that retails for $7,650. Monitor and laptop not included. Read more...More about Desks, Tech, Work Life, and Health