St. Paul, MN (PRWEB) January 8, 2009
Four breakthrough ergonomic computing products--including the Neo-Flex™ All-in-One Stand, and the new MX Desk Mount LCD Arm, Neo-Flex Mobile MediaCenter and Neo-Flex WideView Workspace--are being introduced by Ergotron at the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas this week.
Among the new products being unveiled at Ergotron's booth 25941, South Hall:
Ergotron's universal, height-adjustable Neo-Flex™ All-In-One Stand was selected this year as an Innovations Design and Engineering Honoree by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA). Bundled with virtually any size CPU, notebook or gaming console and flat-panel monitor, the All-in-One Stand creates an extremely small and portable computing station with ergonomic flexibility. A complete computer system can be deployed quickly, or locked up at day's end for added security, making the All-in-One Stand an ideal solution for school computer and science labs; hotel lobbies and other space-constrained, high-traffic areas where several people need access to computing capability; or even on-the-go video gamers. Suggested retail price: $119.
Ergotron's MX Desk Mount LCD Arm is perfect for today's mid-sized desktop displays and all-in-one computers, including Apple's Cinema displays. The MX Arm combines comfort and functionality into one stylish and affordable desk mount. It offers a slim profile, five inches (13 cm) of height adjustment, integrated tilt, portrait-to-landscape capability with position lock, and 360º rotation--all on a convenient and unique swivel base. Consumers can upgrade LCD monitors and TVs with improved ergonomic adjustment and an elegant, polished aluminum finish. Suggested retail: $169.
"The increased functionality and ergonomic benefits of the MX LCD Arm is unmatched in today's computing environment," said Jane Payfer, chief marketing officer for Ergotron. "The MX LCD Arm represents a milestone for Ergotron's growing portfolio of beautifully designed, highly functional products that promote productivity and wellness in any computing environment."
Ergotron's new mobile computing and display cart, the Neo-Flex Mobile MediaCenter, brings digital content to life in a bold new way. With effortless height adjustment and integrated one-touch portrait-to-landscape capability, this cart stretches IT investment by serving a variety of display needs in rooms throughout any facility. Built with the same features as the award-winning LX Large Display Cart, the Mobile MediaCenter's affordability, simple assembly and flexible deployment make it perfect for digital signage and conferencing. Available in late-February, this highly-affordable cart is of special value for facilities looking to save costs through video conferencing, or as an interactive teacher's aid in the classroom. See the cart in action in Ergotron's latest video, Tester Guy: Tempts the Teacher on YouTube or visit http://movies.ergotron.com for entertaining looks at Ergotron product around the Web. Suggested retail price: $799.
Ergotron's newest addition to the Neo-Flex™ family of products--the Neo-Flex WideView WorkSpace--is a compact, low-cost height-adjustable cart: Its flexible open architecture supports dual displays or a mid-size display, making it perfect for Web conferencing or other image-intensive mobile computing application. Also available in February 2009, this cart is designed for radiology, clinical PACS access, labs, manufacturing floors, distribution centers, distant-learning facilities, and corporate settings. The WideView WorkSpace features include 20-in. (51 cm) height adjustment (work sitting or standing), a compact footprint and a fleet of accessories. The small platform creates engaging environments for personalized one-to-one video viewing or small-group learning sessions. Suggested retail price: $899.
"Our beautiful, multi-functional products address the diverse needs of computer users around the globe," Payfer said. "Each offers a unique blend of functionality, enhancing workplace efficiencies and wellness." Ergotron's workplace assessment and planner tools are available for general use at http://computingcomfort.org.
Ergotron is also providing CES attendees with a sneak peek at a whiteboard mobility prototype designed to benefit K-12 and college educators worldwide.
Get to know Ergotron's award-winning products in booth 25941, South Hall, the Las Vegas Convention Center. For more information about Ergotron's entire portfolio, visit http://www.ergotron.com or call 800.888.8458. To participate in the discussion regarding computing wellness, please visit http://blogs.ergotron.com.
Founded in 1982 by VESA FDMI standard author and visionary Harry Sweere, Ergotron is a global manufacturer of digital display mounting and mobility products, headquartered in Saint Paul, Minnesota, with sales efforts in Amersfoort, the Netherlands, and Singapore. Ergotron's products have been improving the human interface with digital displays for over 25 years. Our history of innovation and passion for differentiation is evidenced in over 35 patents and our growing portfolio of award winning products for computer monitors, notebooks, and large flat panel displays and T.V.s Ergotron products enhance computing wellness, improve workplace productivity and create business process efficiencies, wherever and whenever they're used. Incorporating Ergotron's Constant Force lift and pivot motion technology, wall and desk mount arms, stands, mobile carts, pivots and vertical lifts require less effort to achieve more ergonomic motion, improving the user's experience when viewing any digital display for work or entertainment.
For more information on Ergotron or our products, please visit Ergotron.com or call Ergotron sales at 800.888.8458.