Technology | December 04, 2014

Anthro Introduces Steve’s Station Essential, the Essential Desk for Radiology

Product incorporates comfort, utility and durability for radiologists

ergonomic furniture, PACS accessories, RSNA 2014

Image courtesy of Anthro Corp.

December 4, 2014 — Anthro Corp. Technology Furniture released the Steve’s Station Essential, which includes Anthro’s Monitor Easy Track. Radiologists can slide up to six displays forward and backward 10 inches in unison with a fingertip. Each monitor’s position can be tuned vertical, lateral and side-to-side.

The dual-surface desk also wraps around the user for a cockpit look and feel. At 60 inch or 72 inch wide, this table has space to hold radiologist’s equipment, up to 200 lbs. The 60 inch width desk is perfect for a 2+1 monitor configuration and the 72 inch width desk supports a 4+1 configuration.

It ergonomically fits every body type, from the 5th percentile seated woman to 95th percentile standing male. Electric legs adjust the height of the rear monitor surface from 28 inches to 47 inches high. The keyboard surface manually adjusts from 5.75 inches below to 7 inches above the rear monitor surface for a total keyboard height range of 22.25- 54 inches. The front keyboard surface also tilts to ease pressure on arms, shoulders, neck and back.

For more information: www.anthro.com

 

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