A Treadmill Desk With Multi-Screen Displays

by AndrewD

There’s no doubt about it. Treadmill desks are an awesome way to keep the internet surf flowing as your get your heart pumping. We’ve covered an assortment of treadmill desks over the years, but there is one feature which is lacking from each and every one of them. Where is our multi-screen support?

So many hardcore geeks these days are using upwards of three or more displays for their computing rig, yet when it’s time to jog on the treadmill for an hour, we’re forced to downgrade to a single monitor. What sort of quality of life is this? The JW Treadmill desk offers support for multiple displays as well as providing an ample amount of surface space for any knick-knacks or paperwork.

AFC Industries presents their height adjustable JW Treadmill Desk, offering support for up to 5 displays while you perform your daily exercises. This ergonomic desk isn’t limited for use with only treadmills. The desk is totally capable of working with stair steppers and exercise bikes as well. The desktop can even be fabricated to use a variety of laminates, bumper molding, and frame colors to satisfy the most demanding interior decor schemes and themes.

While you might not have the funds needed to purchase multiple monitors just for your exercise desk, allow this to set your mind at ease. If you’re ever in he financial situation to afford multiple displays even while you’re performing your daily workout, the JW Treadmill desk has you covered.

Product Page via BornRich

2 reviews or comments

Eli Says: June 29, 2008 at 6:19 pm

This is interesting in the event you need this kind of set up. I prefer the TrekDesk design at http://www.trekdesk.com. Seems simpler, especially if you already have a treadmill.

Fran Says: July 24, 2008 at 12:19 pm

Thanks for the referral on TrekDesk, it looks like a very cool product.

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