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Velo Seat Lets You Bike At Your Desk While You’re Working

Treadmill desks are about to look so lame. NextDesk has just launched the Velo which is essentially a seat that allows you to bike while you work the day away. With just the touch of a button you can simply raise or lower your powered standing desk to a sitting, cycling, or standing height, and switch to a chair as needed. This will make that boring conference call oh so much better.
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