Fellowes Launches New Sit-Stand Workstations onto the Global Wellness Marketplace

The successful launch of the Lotus™ and Extend™ Sit-Stand Workstations has prompted Fellowes to expand and diversify its sit-stand portfolio with two new distinctive Lotus models. The new Lotus DX and Lotus VE bring new value-added features to sit-stand design, creating an exciting new offering to consumers and businesses in the growing $43 billion global workplace wellness market.

Lotus DX

The new Lotus DX features a spacious work surface with a wireless QI charging pad and a two-port USB charging station, allowing for personal devices to be seamlessly integrated into the everyday use of the standing desk.  Additional rear USB ports provide handy connectivity for peripherals and the cord management keeps computer cables under control. The DX also features Microban® antimicrobial technology, providing continuous product protection against bacteria. The trademark SmoothLift Technology™ available in the first Lotus is an essential feature of DX as well, providing the same effortless transitioning that made the Lotus distinctive in the sit-stand market.


Lotus DX features 22 different height settings and 17” of vertical adjustment.



Lotus VE

The new Lotus VE takes sit-stand design into a new direction with a slim design for compact works areas and black ash wood veneer finish that complements any office décor. The dual work surfaces provide a versatile, efficient workspace, including a channel rail for displaying electronic devices at your fingertips. The single clamp engineering allows for easy mounting to any work surface. SmoothLift Technology and cord management are also included in the VE design. Both single monitor and dual monitor models are available.


The Lotus VE features 15” of vertical adjustment so you can work in a position that’s perfect for you



Learn more about the entire Fellowes Sit-Stand Workstation Collection

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