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Pocket mobile worksurface by Nurture

Steelcase’s specialty healthcare division, Nurture, has introduced Pocket, a mobile worksurface that closes the gap between worktools, technology and patients. Pocket is a jack of all trades, it’s not designed with one specific use in mind but can accommodate a wide variety of technology: laptops, tablets, monitors, CPUs, all-in-ones, pen and paper etc. In short, it’s designed to make life easier for patients and caregivers alike.

Pocket is a highly maneuverable, smooth-gliding worksurface that occupies a footprint no larger than a person.

Customizable components such as fixed or adjustable height options, a CPU tech bay and movable magnetic accessories allow the user to make the work space their own. The worksurface features a waterfall front edge with integral handle so it can be easily moved around and is finished in textured powder coated steel with softened edges. The lightweight base is made in powder-coated cast aluminum and mounted on quick locking, quiet soft casters.

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About the manufacturer: Nurture is the specialty healthcare division of American office furnishings manufacturer, Steelcase. Nurture is continually envisioning and planning exceptional approaches to the delivery of care. It strives to create spaces that promote healing in ways that anticipate ever-evolving facilities and technologies as well as being mindful of a caregiver’s efficiency and managing the experience of patients and partners in care.

Posted September 14th, 2012 by Editor

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