We’ve had the privilege of conducting sneak-peak reviews of Ergotron standing desk converters for the past few years. And our review staff have had the privilege of providing feedback to Ergotron’s product managers ever since they let us evaluate the first prototype of the first Workfit-T six months before its commercial release.
In this most recent reveal of the upcoming Workfit-TX we can once again report that Ergotron’s engineers did a great job incorporating user feedback into their new top-of-the-line desktop converter. Our entire staff of expert reviewers got in on putting the prototype through its paces and seeing how it compares to the other models in Ergotron’s Workfit [...]
Humanscale QuickStand Sit Stand Workstation Review
In their debut entry into the fast-growing desktop riser category, the QuickStand oozes with Humanscale's trademark modern design aesthetic, making it the best choice for office environments that covet high architectural design. Form follows function with a very elegant internal monitor cable routing scheme and a strong desk clamp that attaches to the rear edge of the desk - fully adjustable for varying tabletop depths. As you would expect at this end of the price range the monitor and keyboard heights are independently adjustable. However, while the monitor position is held stiffly, the keyboard position is not. Lacking a quick-release brake there is a tendency for the entire keyboard [...]
Ergotron Workfit-T Sit Stand Workstation Review
Offering remarkable simplicity and a compact design, Ergotron's Workfit-T is built to make switching to a sit/stand workstation quick and easy. Unlike the similarly-designed VariDesk, the Workfit-T provides superior neck and wrist ergonomics with its optional monitor kit.
Varidesk Laptop 30 Sit Stand Workstation Review
With the smallest footprint of any Varidesk desktop converter, the Laptop 30 is the most compact workstation in Varidesk's catalog. Its height adjustment mechanism looks identical to the easy-to-use lever locking system of the original Varidesk and, unlike other Varidesk models, its vertical adjustment doesn’t force the work surface to arc out towards you. However, the Varidesk Laptop 30 still leaves much to be desired when it comes to work surface space and ergonomics.
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.