News | January 21, 2008

Anthro to Present New Lockable Workstation for EMR

January 22, 2008 - Anthro Corp. will present at HIMSS 2008 its new eNook Pro for EMR, a wall-mounted, lockable workstation for LCD’s and laptops, aiming to make the most of limited space and is designed for use as a point of care, hallway station, a notebook desk, or a walk-up computer workstation.

Available in two models, one for LCD mounts and one for laptops, the LCD mount model has a VESA mount rail for the LCD and an integrated keyboard and mouse tray on the main shelf. The Laptop model has a tray that safely stores a laptop and locks it out of sight. Maximum ventilation protects electronic equipment from over-heating.

Models range from the larger size 36 inches wide and 26 inches tall, and has a bottom compartment with a separate door to store power strips and cords. The smaller size is 8 inches narrower and 6 inches shorter and has a deep channel to place the power strips and cords. The metal back panel is adjustable so the overall depth of the unit can be 7.25 inches to 8.25 inches deep eNook Pro can be mounted safely to any stud in the wall.

The eNook’s work surface is made of Kydex, with rounded edges, and will hold up to 50 pounds. The eNook Pro for LDC’s comes standard with extruded side rails, wall attachments, a flip-down electronics door with a programmable numeric combination lock, a magnetic door catch and a VESA mount monitor rail. The eNook Pro for laptops comes standard with extruded side rails, wall attachments and a flip-down electronics door with a programmable numeric combination lock, a magnetic door catch and a try to store the laptop.

For more information: www.anthro.com

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