Backatwork's  workstations can accommodate several computer screen peripheral devices or CPU/Monitor arms, provided they are attached to the horizontal surface of the workstation.

This can best be done by choosing a device that passes through the work surface and fastens underneath. Data and power cables can then also pass through and connect to the in-partition reticulation system.

Backatwork workstations power and data points must be located below the minimum operating height of the workstation. This way the umbilical cord can rise up with the desk (under and behind it) and the power cord to the desk can be integrated in the same cabling, and connected to the power/data source in the workspace partition.

Backatwork recommends that task lighting be incorporated into the CPU Monitor Arms. This simplifies cabling and meets the height adjustment requirements of the Backatwork workstations.