Anthro releases new dual-surface desk
Anthro, a manufacturer of modular furniture for technology, has released the Elevate Adjusta, which is suited for diagnostic medical imaging interpretation application as it supports up to five monitors and features height adjustment.

The Portland, Ore.-based company said its Elevate Adjusta has dual-work surfaces; one which adjusts electronically and one which adjusts manually. The main surface will hold two PACS flat-panel monitors and one system monitor, or five standard monitors. The back monitor surface electrically raises and lowers with the push of a button, from as low as 27-inches up to 53-inches high, allowing the user to work comfortably, sitting or standing. The back monitor surface measures 60-inches wide, 22-inches deep and 1.5-inches thick.

The front keyboard surface manually adjusts up and down from 6.75 inches above to 5.5 inches below the back surface with a spring-assisted mechanism, Anthro said. The ergonomic front keyboard surface tilts 9 degrees positive and 15 degrees negative. The front keyboard surface measures 60-inches wide, 13-inches deep and 1-inch thick.

The Elevate Adjusta supports up to five flat-panel monitor arms, which allows the user to bring monitors nearer for close-up viewing, adjusting vertically and rotating up to 360 degrees and tilting up to 200 degrees. It also has heavy-duty, 4-inch locking rubber casters for mobility.