Tiffin offers new location for laptop computers

Laptop computers are now almost a part of RVing as cookouts and sightseeing. Tiffin Motorhomes now offer computer-friendly workstations that make it easy to organize your digital life while on the road. According to Tiffin Motorhomes... Maybe laptop isn't where you want to use your laptop. Tiffin Motorhomes understands.

The Class A motorhome manufacturer has just added another optional coach location to search for restaurants near a campground or admire the latest emailed photos of the grandkids.

Since January, all 2008 Phaeton, Allegro Bus and Zephyr diesel pusher models are available with the optional dinette/computer work station that includes room for a printer and files.

"We believe this will appeal to everyone who uses a computer, and that's at least 90% of our customers," says Jerry Williamson, Tiffin national sales manager. "Our customers are electronically savvy, which has become a way of life."

Earlier in the current model year, Tiffin began offering an optional euro recliner with a computer/end table. For 2006 models, Tiffin introduced a front passenger side dash laptop work station which is still standard.

"The euro recliner and computer work station proved popular with many of our customers, but others wanted the additional sleeping capacity of the Air Coil Hide-A-Bed sofa instead," Williamson adds.

With the adjacent dinette, computer users will have plenty of horizontal workspace. When the computer is shut down and it's time to watch TV, the midsection seated eye-level set accommodates many viewers from the two sofas and the swiveled seats. Source: Tiffin Motorhomes
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  1. Anonymous1:01 PM

    This is a great idea, especially for technically savvy baby boomers who are considering an RV lifestyle but may want to keep active with their careers. More and more businesses are offering work opportunities for remote employees or consultants and boomers are very computer literate. I have seen this type of work station set-up in fifth-wheel travel trailers too.

  2. Anonymous1:06 PM

    Follow up to recent comment on computer friendly work stations.
    The perception out there for those considering working from their RV remotely via a computer is that access to the internet or satellite options are very expensive. Depending on the network needed it can be VERY expenisve. How about a follow up article on this subject.

  3. Anonymous11:28 AM

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