AVALL screen supports from CBS cater to the needs of the contemporary collaborative workplace.
November 29th, 2011
Colebrook Bosson Saunders (CBS) have built a reputation for forward-thinking office products and design. Since introducing the world’s first monitor arm, CBS have been leaders in innovative workplace technology.
AVALL large screen supports, first introduced in 2009, respond to the needs of the modern workplace, where collaboration and activity-based systems are increasingly commonplaces and technology allows us to work with colleagues in far-flung places.
AVALL are perfect for video conferencing, exhibition displays, corporate presentations, even interactive whiteboards and digital signage. With integrated hardware storage and cable management, AVALL is easy to assemble and store.
Available in wall mounted and free standing versions, AVALL can support up to one 65″ and 2 screens up to 50″ in portrait or landscape format.
For added versatility, AVALL comes with solid or perforated panels that can be customised with company logos and graphics to suit the design of any indoor space.
Colebrook Bosson Saunders
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