The desk has its own software and the idea is that it will learn when you stand and when you sit, and it will keep you standing for more of the day, if you want. It might also integrate with health gadgets down the road.
The top of the desk is made in Brooklyn, and it's assembled in Nashville, then shipped to the customer. It looks great, and if I was a highly recruited engineer working at a tech company flush with cash, I'd waste some negotiating leverage trying to get one of these for myself.
Or, if I worked from home all the time, and really felt like indulging myself, I might go with this guy.
As it is, I'll stick with my cubes which work well-enough.