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Computer tables promote collaboration

 CBT/SMARTdesks today introduced the new Pi classroom laptop and computer tables. Featuring a circular design, the modular tables allow for collaboration.
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CBT/SMARTdesks today introduced the new Pi classroom laptop and computer tables. Featuring a circular design, the modular tables allow for collaboration, while offering flipIT® systems to lock away laptops and LCD screens when not in use.

Pi computer tables are built on the geometry of circles, not rectangles. Each Pi table is an arc section of an 85-foot diameter circle, at which 314 people may be seated. The tables' shape permits an infinite number of arrangements for collaboration, from straight and curved rows to informal arrangements of small teams. Pi tables can accommodate pillars and posts in a classroom, with flexible configurations.

For more information, visit www.smartdesks.com

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