Standing desks were a popular idea, engines made them more convenient, and programmable presets to raise and lower them – with a button – are the most convenient yet. The $ 552-and-up VertDesk V3 with Voice Control is the next logical step: it's a voice-activated desk that allows iPhone users to move up and down their voices, starting this September.  "Hey Siri, stand up!"
I do not really need that level of comfort personally. I mean, if I have anyhow, why not push a button at the same time? But it sounds like I could not have had anything to sacrifice anything for, either: I could have had two more presets for a colleague. "Hey Siri, stand up!" Or "Hey Siri, sit down."
One thing does not really feel like it: an activity assistant that reminds me to stand. Because let's be honest: if you have a standing desk, how often do you actually stand? Kind of like to Apple Watch, the VertDesk can not send to my iPhone.
The VertDesk V3 claims to be the first voice-activated phone that can be placed online, and as far as I can tell, that's true. But voice control function is not actually built into the desk; the company offers a Bluetooth control box as add-on which is compatible with the VertDesk V3 and RightAngle's NewHeights Series 4 desks, according to VertDesk maker BOTD.com. If you've seen another manufacturer ̵
If you'd rather add voice control to another company's desk, you may have to do it yourself – and some users have done that exactly. Amazon's Alexa voice assistant, here's another with the Google Assistant.