Sharetable is a work surface that doubles as a shareable second screen

Picture this: you're sitting at your desk with your client across from you, waiting to see your proposal. You call it up on the screen and then—this is the best part—you have to turn the monitor around so your client can see it. It'd be oodles easier if your desk operated as a second, touch-sensitive client-facing screen. It's called a Sharetable, and it gives new meaning to the phrase “desktop computer.”

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As a piece of furniture it features sleek, modern design—steel legs and frame topped by polished white or black glass. But within the frame, Sharetable contains a computer CPU, wireless modem, USB ports, power supply and—best of all—a shareable second screen built into the desktop itself.

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