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…
Is it dual-monitor compatible? Ergonomically adjustable? We outline what you need to know to pick a great convertible standing desk.
The key benefit of a corner stand up desk converter is to make use of space that would otherwise be underutilized, or not used at all.
The Eureka Ultra Slim Portable Standing Desk Converter packs a sturdy X-Lift frame and silent lift mechanism into an easy-to-move device.
A single X-Lift frame may normally cry quality concerns, but the Alcove M7 series from Flexispot is a durable and sturdy fleet of desk risers.
Like its relative, the Versadesk Power Pro, the Power Pro Corner looks good from a glance but has issues that detract from the overall impression.
Attractive due to its low price point, the VIVO Corner Standing Desk Converter is a classic example of ‘you get what you pay for.'
A low-cost entry into the growing field of electric standing desk converters, the VIVO Electric Corner Desk Riser combines value and ease of adjustability.
Ergotron deviates from its traditional Z-Lift frame architecture to offer a highly-stable, spacious corner converter based on an X-Lift frame.
As with all InMovement products, the DT2 standing desk converter is a low-cost Asian import with glitzy marketing spin and a high selling price in the US.
With the sleek, modern look of the Quickstand, Humanscale has once again shown that it can't be beat for sheer aesthetics.
The Rocelco ADR is an adjustable height 32″ x 20.5″ standing desk converter that holds up to 2 monitors and a laptop. The gas springs support up to 50 lbs.