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.
Ergotron WorkFit-S Sit Stand Workstation Review
Attractive, simple, and user friendly. The WorkFit-S may lack the flexibility of other sit-stand options, but it more than makes up for it with superb stability and ease-of-use. And Ergotron stands behind their products; customers can expect a rock-solid 5-year warranty and outstanding support. Our Editor’s Pick for desk-mounted sit-stand workstations.
Ergotron WorkFit-A Sit Stand Workstation Review
Many users will find the shakiness of the monitor arm irritating, but this nifty little desk mount shines in other areas. It's easy to set up, and easy to use. Get it adjusted right, and the WorkFit-A is a great alternative to a sit-to-stand desk.
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.