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 always, caveat emptor, and that’s where we come in and lab test these units to find out what they’re really mad…
The first question: Will you need an adjustable-height desk or will a fixed-height desk do the job? Learn how to make your own treadmill workstation.
Flexispot, Fellowes, AirRise Pro, and more—we've reviewed 100s of stand up desk converters over the years. See how the best X-Lifts fared.
Among trays we've tested, the SteadyType Exo is the most stable, easiest to install, and the best at achieving “negative” ergonomic angles.
The three Tucker Cable Management kits (Basic, Advanced and Pro) are well-considered levels to fit different use cases and budgets.
Cadence, WorkFit-A, Helium Junior, and more—we've reviewed 100s of stand desk products over the years. Find out how the top desk risers fare in our testing.
Kangaroo, Winston, Quickstand and more—we've reviewed hundreds of sit-stand desk converters over the years. Find out which are the best.