Able to use tray in either sitting or standing position. Constructed with gel wrist support. Includes a precise mouse pad. Can be tilted various degrees.
Mouse pad is low quality. Can be a little difficult to adjust.
Plush gel padding for wrists. Adjusts in height and tilting angle. Tray can swivel left or right. Extremely easy to adjust. Customers find the product highly comfortable to use.
Has trouble sliding from out under the desk. Can be too narrow for some keyboards.
Adjusts to 3 different heights. Built-in mouse tray can be used on either the right or left sides, or stowed underneath keyboard tray.
Assembly can be troublesome. Made mostly of plastic. Mousepad rests lower than keyboard.
Crafted with a fashionable cherry finish. Remarkably simple assembly. Offered in different wood colors. Looks like genuine hardwood. Cheaper option.
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A keyboard tray is an important piece of equipment if you want an ergonomic workstation. It attaches underneath a desk and generally has room for both a keyboard and mouse. This prevents you from having to lift your arms uncomfortably each time to type or move your cursor. Keyboard trays are generally made of wood, steel, or plastic. Some have a sliding mechanism so that you can store the keyboard tray underneath the desk when not in use. These can usually be adjusted to various heights to accommodate bulkier keyboards. Some keyboard trays require drilling holes in your desk to mount while others have a clip-on mechanism. Some include special features like a pull-out mouse tray, gel wrist rest, and tilting capabilities.
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