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  • for notebook / keyboard / mouse
  • phenolic composite
  • graphite gray
  • Patented Constant Force Technology
  • steel
  • high-grade plastic
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This compact technology hub consolidates all your technology tools onto a single mobile platform: laptop or LCD/CPU, keyboard and mouse, portable document camera, projection device and more. Un-tether from a desk or podium and move wherever needed to deliver a collaborative curriculum.

TeachWell easily rolls through aisles, doors and cramped media areas, while its height-adjustment platform moves the keyboard, display and worksurface in one simple motion. Change from a sitting to a standing position as you work whenever you want.
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Ergotron TeachWell Mobile Digital Workspace - cart is rated 5.00 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Work-at-Home must have! Wonderful solution for working at home. I have a monitor arm with a 27” monitor and it is very stable. Well worth the money, recommend buying a drafting chair as well.
Date published: 2020-05-19T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My new work space This desk has been great. I had to move my office into my bedroom, what a bummer and yet I have a home, so no complaints. I see my clients on line and was using my ironing board as the height was great and I could put it away so my space didn't always have to sleep in my work space. Needless to say it wasn't stead. I love this table. It is stable, it works great ergonomically, and when I need to stand it easily moves up, with out any fear of my computer falling. It has room enough to keep a file on, it nicely helps you position your multiple cords so you are not ripping on them. The only thing that I discovered was you have to loosen the bolt at the bottom of the desk so that it smoothly goes up and down. At first, I thought it was broken, then using a socket wrench to loose the bolt it worked. You have to have a socket wrench that the sockets are not too long or they won't fit as you have to do this while the table is up, not on it's side.
Date published: 2020-08-28T00:00:00-04:00