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ARTICULATING DRAWER (MODEL R7424)     

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The Articulating Drawer, model R7424, is a keyboard tray designed to add valuable desk space and let the computer user position the keyboard for comfort and efficiency for individuals who have repetitive motion disorders. This non-conductive plastic drawer is housed in a steel casing which will support the central processing unit (CPU) and monitor. The tray extends 15 inches on ball bearing slides and locks in place. Once extended, the tray can be raised or lowered 5 inches. There are 7 height positions, and 4 tilt positions up to a 15 degree slant. Positive lock/release tabs are located at the sides of the drawers. The tray has a built-in molded wrist rest. In addition to a standard keyboard, this tray will also accommodate a mouse. DIMENSIONS: 26.25 x 4.75 x 18.5 inches. WEIGHT: 20 pounds.

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This product record was updated on September 30, 2010.

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Alimed Inc.

297 High Street
Dedham, Massachusetts 02026
United States
Telephone: 800-225-2610 or 781-329-2900.
Fax: 800-437-2966 or 781-329-8392.
Web: http://www.alimed.com.
Email: info@alimed.com.


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