The extremely spacious 46 inch wide desktop on the DeskRiser 46 allows for dual and even triple monitor setups and additional room for your notepad or books. With its vertical up/down movement, the DeskRiser 46 doesn’t take up any more footprint on your desk than what you see. You can place the DR 46 in any office space and be sure that it won’t cramp your style. Features multiple height adjustment levels from 5 inches to 20 inches. Ideal for people from 5ft tall to 6ft 6inches tall. Monitor arms can be clamped onto the top work surface of the DeskRiser 46. Ships fully assembled; just lift it out of the box and place it on top of your existing desk.
- Multiple Height Adjustment Levels between 5 inches and 20 inches
- Sliding Keyboard Tray
- Rises Directly Up / Down
- Simple squeeze handles to adjust height
- Monitor arms can be clamped onto top work surface
- Ships FULLY ASSEMBLED
- Sits on top of your existing desk.
- Overall dimensions are 46in W x 24in D x 5 to 20in H
- Keyboard tray dimensions: 25.75in W x 10in D
- Can support up to 50 lbs on desktop surface (35lbs max is suggested)
- Perfect for dual monitor or triple monitor setups. Compatible with most monitor arms.
- Works best for people 5ft to 6ft 6in when sitting on a 29in high desk.
Q: How high is the keyboard at its max. height? I’m a tall person (6’1″) and am concerned about my arm position.A: It works best for people 5ft to 6ft 6in when sitting on a 29in high desk, so it is the perfect desk for someone your height.
Q: When the unit is lowered all the way, does it actually take up more space than 24 inches listed for depth?A: No. The beauty of the DeskRiser 40 is its relatively small footprint. It rises up on a vertical plane and doesn’t swing forward like many other standing desks. So it would work well in small spaces or large.
Q: Is the distance between the keyboard tray and desktop / monitor platform adjustable?A: No, the distance is fixed between the keyboard tray and the desktop (i.e. top shelf). The keyboard tray slides in and out but not up and down.
Q: I am making entries from bank statements etc. Is there room on the riser to set paperwork on it?A: Yes, an 8.5 x 11 fits, depending of course on your setup. If you have a dual monitor setup with the monitor bases at each corner of the desktop then you should have plenty of space to fit a notebook or paperwork on it.
Q: I’m concerned about weight distribution by having a 27″ iMac and a 20″ Apple monitor. Should I be concerned?A: The DeskRiser Pro is rated and tested to support up to 50 lbs but the recommended total weight is about 35 lbs if you will be keeping heavier objects on it for an extended period of time. Just be sure to distribute the weight evenly to prevent anything from toppling over. Also keep in mind that you will be lifting both the desktop and the weight of the monitors so keeping the total weight around or under 35 lbs will prevent any straining of your back.