MYPCE – Ergonomic Computer Workstation
Environment created by the idea of MYPCE change the idea of computer workstations station inside out, so users will be the center of a private, ultra-comfortable command center, which was designed on the premise that the traditional desk and office environment is the adverse to health and productivity of employees. MYPCE designed for power users such as video editors, designers and programmers who spend long hours working at a computer screen and want to benefit from productivity gains a comfortable environment to use more than one monitor (20% + productivity increases).
With the need to improve the workplace, the PCE provides a narrow footprint and provide office designers and facilities managers an exciting new possibilities for efficient office configuration. You can have up to three LCD monitors and the ideal environment for gaming, surfing and interacting with the whole world on-line and a serious shake-your-fillings-out 6.1 surround sound. We saw one of the main evolution of this machine as a workstation but somewhat limited today cos there is no-where to leave a mess … oh, sorry, err, that’s one advantage.
Besides looking good, there are actually ergonomic benefits in MYPCE design – the PCE frame has an integrated ergonomic chair, although once in the frame, there are some adjustments than average ergonomic chairs has – like the back, for example. Frame made of aluminum and steel and comes in a choice of Black, Blue, Red and Silver Metallic.
You can take a 360 degree view MYPCE here, and if you have to measure up to the office, vital measurements are height: 5’6 “(167.64 cm) long, 5’9″ (175 cm) wide 2 ’9 ” (83.82 cm) and weight without a chair or a computer is 155 pounds (70 kg)
And before you get all carried away, MYPCE not cheap at U.S. base price of $ 2750 before you start adding a computer, speakers, screen, and so on, and you can easily explode to U.S. $ 10K building a productive and comfortable working environment … which will certainly be a waste of money. Hell, you only spend eight hours a day on your computer and you will need to get more than U.S. $ 2 per hour to justify the 20% productivity gain and …