KT2 Adjustable Under-Desk Keyboard Tray for $110June 1, 2020 / by Marco / Categories : Business, deals, design, entrepreneur, website
KT2 is an ergonomic, under-desk keyboard tray that swivels 360° and is adjustable in height & angle to perfectly position keyboards to optimize your typing posture. Swing keyboard above desk level to quickly stand up and type with this negative tilt keyboard tray. KT2 is an optimal standing desk keyboard tray. With the ability to lower keyboards up to 10” below desk-level, KT2 is designed to optimize your posture by providing proper separation between your monitor and keyboard. This fully adjustable keyboard tray is your perfect buddy for sitting and standing.
- Sit or Stand: Easily move keyboards above or below your desk!
- Promotes Wrist Health: Type with a neutral or negative wrist angle
- Completely Adjustable: Elevate, tilt, swivel keyboards to the perfect position for you
- Color: black
- Materials: steel & composite
- Product dimensions: 10″H x 25.5″L x 8.8″W
- Adjustable height range: 10″ below to 8″ above your desk
- Tilt tray angle
- 360° swivel
- Slides in & out
- Quick, intuitive adjustment
- Mouse pad adjusts independently
- Easy installation: 6-point secure mounting system
- Manufatcurer’s 90-day warranty
- KT2 Adjustable Under-Desk Keyboard Tray
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