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    PC Cases

    A couple of years ago at BETT there was a case manufacturer that produced cases that mounted on the underside of desks.

    The case would then slide out if work was needed on it.

    Does anyone know who these people were or use these cases ?

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    Re: PC Cases

    Just found the card in the bottom of my desk.

    http://www.pmergonomics.co.uk/

    Any one use these ?

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    Re: PC Cases

    From the photos it looks like 'slightly overweight' people might find it a bit of a squeeze, depending on which chairs you have. Also, front-mounted buttons might get caught if it is leant against.

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    Re: PC Cases

    Ergo ( http://www.ergo.co.uk/products/securedesk/ ) also do something similar but they're rather expensive.

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    Re: PC Cases

    The main thing I was wanting was an underdesk case, that is relatively vandal proof, that we can retrofit to our existing desks.

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