The original Winston is already a favorite among standing desk converter users. Add a swift electric lift mechanism, innovative ergonomics, and a polished aesthetic to boot, and the “Winston-E” lands itself comfortably in territory no converter has been before: the executive suite.
Winston Sit Stand Workstation Review
We’ve seen so many office fitness products come through the WorkWhileWalking test labs that we aren't often surprised or delighted by truly innovative newness. Let’s just say there are a lot of “me too” products out there, especially in this fast-growing category of desktop risers (a.k.a. “sit-stand desks” or “sit-stand workstations,” both of which are complete misnomers). In addition to some of the more popular models, like the Varidesk and the Ergotron Workfit-S, we’ve also seen our fair share of oddballs – niche products that, while ultimately not the most universally appealing, nevertheless have interesting qualities. But every once in a while, a desktop riser will come along that [...]
Varidesk Pro Plus Standing Desk Converter Review
Varidesk's original Pro standing desk converter is getting an ergonomic makeover with the introduction of a separate, suspended keyboard platform. This new "Pro Plus" model enhances the ordinary Varidesk with more acceptable ergonomics, while an optional monitor arm provides more ergonomic viewing angles than the Varidesks of old. These much-needed updates keep the Varidesk Pro Plus competitive in an evolving standing desk converter market, but still fall short against more advanced height adjustment mechanisms of other ergonomic risers.
The Varidesk Cube Corner is purpose-built to fit inside the confines of a small corner desk. Its triangular work surface fits snugly into any cubicle corner while still providing plenty of user space, and its suspended keyboard tray extends the distance between your monitors and keyboard, creating a more ergonomic setup than the original Varidesk. But the Cube Corner still suffers from some Varidesk-specific shortcomings, most-important of which is its antiquated height adjustment mechanism.