Tables with monitors

A concept illustration shows a table with monitors down (MIT-483)

Tables with monitors

Monitors begin to extend (MIT-483)

Tables with monitors

Monitors are ready to use (MIT-463)

Tables with monitors

A concept illustration shows monitors in a table under metal hatch lids (EAS-274)

Tables with monitors

Monitors begin to extend for viewing (EAS-274)

Tables with monitors

Monitors are ready to use (EAS-274)

Tables with monitors

A concept illustration shows monitors ready to use (DYK-200)

Tables with monitors

Monitors are used in any size or shape of table (BOS-166)

Tables with monitors

Retractable monitors are covered with metal hatch lids in this concept illustration

Tables with monitors

Smaller conference tables incorporate monitors as well as shown in this concept illustration (AQR-547)

Tables with monitors

This new style of monitors extends from the table in this concept illustration AQR-547)

Tables with monitors

The monitors are ready for use (AQR-547)

Tables with monitors

This table uses retractable monitors (BRI-727)

Tables with monitors

A close-up view (BRI-727)

Tables with monitors

A table with retractable monitors (MIT-483)

Tables with monitors

This table featured a thin retractable monitor (CRE-328)

Tables with monitors

The same table is shown in a concept illustration (CRE-328)

Tables with monitors

Monitors come out of drawers in this table (GEN-672)

Tables with monitors

Monitors are center to this table (HUB-129)

Tables with monitors

This large open center table features monitors with metal hatch lids (PR-19)

Tables with monitors

Power and data is readily available beside the monitors (PR-19)

Tables with monitors

A monitor is shown close-up (PR-19)

Tables with monitors

This large boardroom table features monitors, microphones and apron power (TJX-405)

Tables with monitors

A monitor is down close up (TJX-405)

Tables with monitors

This boardroom table features monitors with veneered lids (BER-605)

Tables with monitors

This concept illustration shows a conference table with monitors out of sight (AQR-547)

Tables with monitors

In a custom WallGoldfinger Furniture design, hatch lids flip over revealing the monitors (AQR-547)

Tables with monitors

Monitors swivel for viewing around the table (ACR-547)

Tables with monitors

A concept illustration show a table with a center table with monitors

Tables with monitors

A section of the table can be removed to access the center table and monitors

Tables with monitors

This huge boardroom table featured a center table with monitors (GEA-376)

Tables with monitors

A concept illustration show a table monitor wells

Tables with monitors

Monitors wells are a popular choice (TCH-190)

Tables with monitors

This open center table features monitor wells (NOV-586)

Tables with monitors

A close-up look gives a better view of the monitors (NOV-586)

Tables with monitors

This unique monitor well table has three interior sections (BIO-979)

Tables with monitors

A concept illustration shows the table (BIO-979)

Tables with monitors

Monitors are 42 inches (BIO-979)

Tables with monitors

A concept illustration shows a round conference/coffee table with a large touch screen monitor (AET-113)

Credenzas with monitors

A large credenza holds three monitors in this concept illustration

Credenzas with monitors

A huge monitor extends from a credenza (CPG-423)

Credenzas with monitors

A huge monitor extends from a credenza (CPG-423)

Lecterns with monitors

This work in progress photo shows monitors in a lectern (NO-08)

Lecterns with monitors

Monitors are wired into a lectern (GOO-635)

Desks with monitors

These workstations, shown in concept illustration, rely on fixed monitors

Desks with monitors

These work stations, shown in concept illustration, rely on fixed monitors

Desks with monitors

These work stations, shown in concept illustration, rely on monitors

Desks with monitors

This concept illustration shows monitors incorporated into a desk design (BNY-232)

Monitors
Choose a monitor style and location that works best for you

Monitors come in a variety of styles. Most of today’s monitors are slim and automatically extend and retract from a tabletop surface. Monitors are sometimes placed in the well of a table. Monitors are additionally added to credenzas, lecterns and more. The WallGoldfinger Furniture team works collaboratively with you and your AV supplier to ensure your furniture design and construction precisely accommodates your monitor needs, whatever the style or location. 

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