Being chained to your desk might not be such a drag anymore.
A New York-based technology company has unveiled the 'SmartDesk,' which seamlessly transforms between use for sitting or standing and is equipped with all your gadget essentials - down to built-in headphones and a wireless charger.
But it'll cost you a pretty penny, as the basic model starts at $4,500.
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The SmartDesk seamlessly transforms between use for sitting or standing and is equipped with all your gadget essentials - down to built-in headphones and a wireless charger
Cemtrex, the company behind SmartDesk, is calling it the 'most advanced workstation on the market' that blends 'futuristic hardware and groundbreaking productivity software.'
'Many leading technology companies have focused on mobile technology over the last twenty years, but these technologies sacrifice performance when you are at your base – whether it is your home or office,' the firm explained.
'As a seamlessly integrated device, SmartDesk eliminates many weaknesses of the modern workplace, including clutter, tangled wires, outdated technology and cross-device compatibility issues.'
The 'all-in-one' setup features three, 24-inch monitors atop a desk that are touchscreen and let users 'manage windows, scroll, zoom, copy, paste, screenshot and navigate' solely by using hand gestures.
What's more, the entire desk plugs into your wall using a single wire.
The monitors are connected to a Windows PC underneath the desk and it runs on an 8th generation Intel Core i7 Processor, as well as a GTX 1050 TI card, that can be upgraded to a GTX 1060 TI card.
A pullout drawer houses a pair of wireless earbuds that let users make calls without picking up their work phone and they can also be connected to your personal smartphone
The base model also comes with 16gb of RAM, 256gb SSD and 1 terabyte HDD.
The speedier graphics card, as well as other components upgrades, are what will get you the higher price tag of $5,300.
One USB-C port, two USB-A ports, two USB 2 ports, a