Plugged in

Calver, Peter
July 1998
Cabinet Maker;07/03/98, Issue 5095, p20
Trade Publication
Discusses innovations in desktop power and data modules to adapt to the changing needs of office personnel. Providing limitless range of numbers and specifications for the power and data connectors; Inclusion of desktop modules as an extension of the under desk power distribution system; Serving as standalone items to provide an instant connection; Other uses of desktop modules.


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