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HomeStyle: Downsizing the desk

By The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

This article was published March 7, 2014 at 11:15 a.m.

Portability and connectivity — with the explosion of iPads, notebooks, tablets and Wi-Fi — have been real game changers in the way we think of home offices. They have expanded the options for working just about anywhere, including at 40,000 feet.

Even the peripherals have downsized, such as super small printers and compact projectors for PowerPoint presentations or family slide shows.

So a trend to more minimal desks started taking root two or three years ago, as the need for mega-footprint towers, printers and monitors lessened. Just as bulky TVs have given way to extremely slim models, hulking furniture is not necessary for your personal workstation, unless it’s your style to rock a honking executive desk.

See tomorrow’s Arkansas Democrat-Gazette for more.

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