Herman Miller C2 Creates a Microclimate Around You
With this interesting device you can control your personal weather by cooling the air temperature and also controlling humidity. Office furniture maker Herman Miller Inc. wants to let cooler heads prevail when it comes to the often-heated issue of how hot or cold offices should be. Herman Miller is launching a $300 desktop heating and cooling device that it hopes will become as much a part of office life as the desks, chairs and other office wares it has long been known for.
At 2.5 pounds (1.1 kg) and 10 inches high, it looks like a small humidifier. In company tests, starting with a surrounding air temperature of 72 degrees, the C2 raised the temperature within six inches by 40 degrees, and was able to cool it by eight degrees.
Via Alice Hill’s Real Tech News at Reuters
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Posted by Jay Brewer at June 29, 2007 9:26 AM