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Review: Ergotron Sit-Stand Workfit-P for MacBook and MacBook Pro
Monday, November 11, 2013 @ 3:38pm

Ergotron has been a standard in workflow solutions for some time. Known best for monitor stand configurations and wall mount systems, it isn't uncommon to see them in use by law enforcement offices or hospitals across the country. At the consumer level, the company has pushed to the standing desk movement with their line of WorkFit products. With the aim to make working while standing as accessible as if one were sitting, the line has offered a more affordable solution than motor assisted, rising desks. The company has now turned its attention to creating a WorkFit for Apple consumers, bringing out the WorkFit-P for Apple for use with the full range of MacBook products. How well does the product deliver on the Ergotron ethos for a more healthy working environment? Read our review and find out.





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