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 made of.
If you're looking for great adjustability and an aesthetically pleasing design, the Cadence Express does it all for a very competitive price. With a five year warranty and high-quality components it is built to last, unlike many of the products in this price range.
iMovR Cadence Plus Standing Desk Converter Review
The Cadence Plus features a space-preserving “hover” design that retains virtually all of your desktop space and maximizes mobility and collaboration. Unlike the Cadence Pro, it features a MDF core for its worksurfaces, which makes the whole unit lighter and easy to adjust. With all of its ergonomic adjustability and elegant styling, the Cadence Plus gives the venerable, but aging progenitor of hovering sit stand workstations—the Ergotron Workfit-A—a run for its money. It adds a middle option to iMovR's line of hovering standing desk converters.
iMovR Cadence Pro Standing Desk Converter Review
iMovR’s first entry into the standing desk converter category literally rises above sitting disease. The Cadence workstation’s space-preserving “hover” design retains virtually all of your desktop real estate and maximizes mobility and collaboration. It also brings more ergonomic adjustments to the table than any other standing desk converter we’ve ever reviewed—with the ability to move throughout an astounding 105”-diameter area—providing a more comfortable and productive experience for all users, sitting or standing. With all of its ergonomic improvements and elegant styling, the Cadence gives the venerable, but aging progenitor of hovering sit stand workstations—the Ergotron [...]