Mobile sit-stand workstation adds mobility to the classroom

8th March 2018
Posted By : Alice Matthews
Mobile sit-stand workstation adds mobility to the classroom

Manufacturer of hard-to find connectivity parts,, has announced the release of its first mobile sit-stand workstation (STSCART), which brings a mobilised ergonomic solution to the classroom and other dynamic environments. The new workstation offers a large surface area and easy sit-to-stand height adjustment, providing a workspace that’s both versatile and practical in a variety of settings.

The mobile workstation is a heavy-duty cart that’s suitable for classrooms, business settings, corporate and institutional environments, or home offices. Its large, stable surface area makes it easy for users to position their laptop or writing surface comfortably, or attach a compatible monitor arm to use the cart as an aid for training or presentations.

“The sit-stand workstation is a productive classroom add-on, providing an ample work surface, easy height adjustment and mobility that enables students to reduce sedentary time and increase focus. Teachers can also take advantage of the mobility of the cart and create a more dynamic and interactive classroom,” said Juliet Wei, Senior Product Manager,

Key features:

  • Compatible with dual and single monitor arms: ARMPIVOTE, ARMPIVOT, and ARMSLIM (sold separately)
  • Locking casters 
  • Height adjustment range: 750-1,150mm (29.5-45")
  • Lift capacity: 4.5kg (10lb)
  • Static load capacity: 50kg (110lb)
  • Cable-management clips.


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