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Jaw CPU Holder

Jaw CPU Holder

The design of Jaw allows it to 'float' under the desk surface for improved aesthetics. The clamping function of the aluminium body grips tightly to the top and bottom of the CPU to secure it in place.

  • Made from high-quality aluminium for durability and strength.
  • Using a slide-and-rotate kit, the support can easily be moved back and forth for increased leg space.
  • Holds CPU of up to 25 kg and ranging from 29 cm to 51 cm high and 9 cm to 24 cm wide.
  • Designed by Colebrook Bosson Saunders Ltd.
  • 90% recyclable
Loop CPU Support

Loop CPU Support

With its elegantly simple strap and strong glass-filled nylon foot, Loop is a strong yet lightweight solution for CPU storage. It is quick and easy to install thanks to its ratchet mechanism. A minimal structure means it doesn't call attention to itself.

  • Strap made of strong and lightweight nylon webbing.
  • Base made of high-quality engineering plastics.
  • Holds CPU of up to 20 kg and ranging from 24 cm to 50 cm high and 8 cm to 23 cm wide.
  • Optional slide-and-rotate kit allows easy movement back and forth under the desk for increased leg space.
  • Designed by Colebrook Bosson Saunders Ltd.
  • 40% recyclable
Mobile CPU Holder

Mobile CPU Holder

The holder moves a CPU off the work surface and makes it mobile. It has casters, so it can be rolled to wherever it's out of the way. Furthermore, it can be moved any time to allow easy access to cable connections.

  • Holds a CPU in a vertical position.
  • Foam pads protect the CPU.
  • Expands from 17 cm to 24 cm wide.
  • Holds CPU of up to 27 kg.

Supporting CPUs

Space is always at a premium. Take the desktop, for example: no matter what kind of work you do, there never seems to be enough room. Our research of a cross-section of North American organisations found the space crunch is only going to intensify: 90% said workstation size will decrease or stay the same over the next five years.

While space is shrinking, so are central processing units (CPUs). But it's a business reality that organisations can't afford to adopt these new, smaller CPUs everywhere. The result is a squeeze: work areas becoming smaller even while most CPUs are as clunky as ever.

Some people put the CPU on the floor. But that brings problems with trip hazards, damage from cleaning staff and bad ventilation that can cut the life of the CPU. So we've designed a number of ways to gain more room on the desktop without resorting to putting the CPU on the floor.

We always think beyond just freeing up space. All our designs relate to the person using them. Movement is built in, so that people can position the CPU under the surface and away from their legs. Sliding tracks that rotate let people reach the back of the CPU and its connections (which also helps with maintenance and software upgrades).