Jazzyexpo.com has been developing its conference room table designs since 2004. Following are a description of our advanced conference table features designed, engineered and manufactured by jazzyexpo.com. See more about our meeting tables, boardroom tables and other conference room furniture at http://www.jazzyexpo.com/conference-tables.html .
Artistically designed inlaid walnut wood veneer designs that transform a conference room into a place where people like to meet. Notice in the artisan wood work in the below photo. Notice how the walnut wood grain is matched grain for grain across the cover of the data port panel.
Truly an executive conference table with hand crafted edging around a thick bold table top to provide more than a touch of elegance to all people in attendance at your meetings.
This modern conference table includes data port panels staggered from side to side along the length of the conference table within reach of all attendees at a meeting. Each data port has a walnut wood veneer cover that is matched grain for grain with the walnut wood veneer on the table top. The edges of the data ports are beveled for wires to come out with the cover closed.
Data-ports are for attendees to connect their computers, tablets and cell phones. A typical data-port for the conference table includes 4 AC outlets, 2 USB and 2 HDMI connections. Attendees need only to lift the matching wood cover of the data-port panel to hook-up. There is room inside the data-port to put their computer power supplies and excess cables to keep clutter off the table top.
A large chamber under the table stretches along the length of the table for wires to connected from one side of the table to the other. This chamber is large enough to house electronic equipment and to conceal all wiring below the table.
The side panels to this chamber are angled inward towards the floor to provide a comfortable space for the attendees legs at your conference meetings. The drawing below provides a schematic of a cross section of the table to better understand the photo above.
Hatch doors below the table top are placed along the length of the chamber for quick access to the cables and equipment within.