The Stand Steady FlexPro Charge Standing Desk Converter costs $359.99 has two desktop surfaces and built-in wireless device charging.
The Stand Steady Premier Electric Standing Desk Converter starts at $359.99, has two desktop surfaces and utilizes an electric lift system.
The Stand Steady Premier Lift Standing Desk Converter is $319.99, uses a pneumatic lift, has two surfaces and features a magnetic backsplash.
The Stand Steady FlexPro Hero Corner Standing Desk Converter is designed for L-desks and corner desks. It assembles in two steps and has a keyboard tray.
The Stand Steady X-Elite Premier Standing Desk Converter comes fully assembled and has a large work surface, but it doesn't have a keyboard tray.
The Stand Steady FlexPro Hero Standing Desk Converter starts at $219.99, has two work surfaces, and has a pneumatic height adjustment system.
Stand Steady X-Elite Essential Standing Desk Converter is a very basic standing desk converter with only 20 lbs of weight capacity and no keyboard tray.
The Steady Steady Original Standing Desk Converter is very cheap, holds up to 75 lbs and will enable you to stand while working, but it has drawbacks.
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…
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