Call it a desktop workstation, a sit-stand workstation, or a desktop riser, a rose by any other name would smell as sweet. Ah, well, let’s step back from that a bit and just say that some of these products are on the rose spectrum while others may be closer to skunk cabbage. As a…
X-Lift Standing Desk Converter
X-Lifts may be the second most popular type of stand up desk converters in the market. They lift straight up and down, eliminating a slight weakness of their (more popular) Z-Lift cousins, which lift up and out. Lifting straight up and down saves space and eliminates the ‘teeter totter’ effect that comes from a device that arcs out into the standing position. However, we haven’t yet seen a model with a tilting ergonomic keyboard tray, and you’ll want to be careful not to pinch your fingers in the frame.
The Eureka Ultra Slim Portable Standing Desk Converter packs a sturdy X-Lift frame and silent lift mechanism into an easy-to-move device.
This simple standing desk converter offers a range-limited manual operation in an X-lift style and is light enough to be considered portable
The Fitueyes 30” basic series standing desk converter is offers a portable solution for mainly laptop users who are looking to escape the sedentary lifestyle they've fallen accustom to.
We’ve got little to knock, just the fact that we would have liked to have seen a steeper maximum tilt angle on the ergonomic keyboard tray.
The Fitueyes 2-tier 32" standing desk converter is compact enough to suit your needs especially if you don't have an exceptionally heavy, dual-monitor set-up. Its weigh capacity of 33 pounds (and the 32" desktop) is limiting of larger size monitors. But the construction quality l…