Ergonomists differ on the subject of adjustable tables for visual display units. Some feel they're a late response to a poorly designed VDU: others that they offer a legitimate additional level of sophistication in furniture design, desirable when one person will be using a work station and essential when the workstation and VDU are to be shared. We examine the arguments and set out simple guidelines.
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