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Steelcase Gesture Chair Improves Your Gadget-Using Posture

by Range

From time to time, I’ve had a comfortable office chair. Though when you move, change jobs, etc., chairs seem to get a lower priority than more essential things. That being said, there’s something good about having a well-designed chair, which will let you sit for hours without feeling uncomfortable.

steelcase gesture chair smartphone tablet computer photo

While there are plenty of ergonomic chairs designed for working at a desk or computer, theĀ Steelcase Gesture Chair was designed to be used comfortably with tablets and smartphones. The chair has got articulated arms that will adjust to support your arms and back, whether you’re holding your phone, tablet or laptop.

steelcase gesture chair smartphone tablet photo

It will support a wide variety of different postures and sitting positions, whilst always giving the right amount of support. This should work whether you’re touch-typing on your keyboard or browsing sites on your iPad.

The Steelcase Gesture Chair will be available this fall.

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