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CMD Targets Home Workers With New Range

CMD Targets Home Workers With New Vision H Monitor Arm Range
15 October 2020

CMD Ltd has developed a plug-and-play ergonomic workstation, incorporating an ergonomic monitor arm and integrated power module, designed specifically for people working from home.

The free-standing Vision H range of monitor and laptop supports has been designed specifically for homeworkers who do not have a dedicated office space permanently set up at home.

Designed with integrated power and USB charging points, Vision H does not need to be clamped to the desk, creating an ergonomic workstation by day, while enabling home workers to simply remove their equipment when they finish work, allowing them to quickly revert the space to home/family use.


“During COVID-19, lots of people have been working from home using whatever surface or space they can find, often infringing on the family kitchen or dining areas”

–Jon Holding

General Manager, CMD

Home Workers Working From Makeshift Offices


Jon Holding, General Manager at CMD Ltd explains: “During COVID-19, lots of people have been working from home using whatever surface or space they can find, often infringing on the family kitchen or dining areas. This makeshift approach has either meant hunching over a laptop or sacrificing living space to create a semi-permanent workspace, neither of which are viable long term.

“Our response with Vision H, as part of a portfolio of working from home solutions, has been to create a range of monitor and laptop supports that are quick and easy to set up, versatile to use, simple and lightweight. Packing the workspace away at the end of the working day puts it out of sight and out of mind, ensuring people can use their homes for quality family time, which is of paramount importance.”

There are three Vision H models in the CMD range, allowing companies and end-users to select the desk set-up that best suits their needs. All three models feature a power module with three sockets and a USB type A and C charger built into the base. Velcro cable management and cable clips are also included, complete with a 4m power lead to plug into the household socket.

Jon adds: “Many people require additional work tools to ensure working from home can become a normal routine but don’t have the space for a permanent home office. Nor do they want the hassle of continually setting up a workstation daily, or the intrusion of work equipment in their family space. Our homeworking portfolio has been developed to improve both work and home environments, helping homeworkers to be healthier and more productive.

”2020 has demonstrated that working from home is a viable choice for lots of people and, as part of CMD’s range of homeworking solutions, our Vision H makes it possible with comfort, safety and convenience.”

Picture: a photograph of a person using a desk stand at their kitchen table

Article written by Ella Tansley | Published 15 October 2020


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