Hi-tech computer furniture is quite popular, with the latest designs from manufacturers ensuring that bland, dull looking computer furniture is a thing of the distant past. Hi-tech computer furniture is designed to look attractive, besides being functional and ergonomic.

There are different styles and models of hi-tech computer furniture. They include single-tier computer workstations, dual tier computer workstations, corner computer desks, telescopic computer carts, computer racks, computer wall mounts, computer holders, computer monitor arms and keyboard arms. There are also hi-tech corner computer desks designed to fit into corners, with the aim of minimizing wasted space.

Dual tier computer workstations have two surfaces, each independently electronically height adjustable. This feature not only allows the user to adjust the height of the monitors, tit also allow adjusting of the height of the work surface from a sit-down to a stand-up position. This arrangement offers a great level of flexibility for multiple users, with the ergonomic seats providing optimum body comfort and proper positioning.

Telescopic computer carts are very stylish, durable, strong and importantly, customizable. Most are made out of cold rolled 11 gauge steel frame. Finishing is usually Epoxy powder coating, though finishing can be customized according to the customer's choice.

Another piece of hi-tech computer furniture is the wall mount with a “Z” arm. This piece is specially designed to take up as little space as possible and is meant for congested spaces with high traffic. It is also ideal for use by multiple users. Various components such as the keyboard tray, monitor arm and CPU holder can all be adjusted according to the user's desires. The Z-arm allows the user to adjust the depth position of the LCD. The monitor can also be made to tilt up and down.

The LCD flat panel wall mounted arm operates using a gas spring mechanism. One unique feature of this piece of hi-tech furniture is that it is capable of holding the screen in any position without the need for knobs and levers of any sort. Moreover, the arm can be made to move in any direction including pivoting and tilting motions.

Source by Seth Miller