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Budget Ergonomic Keyboard Tray

item#: BLT101
The Budget Ergonomic Keyboard Tray is a large single surface that allows for a keyboard with plenty of additional real estate on the right and left-hand side. It's a really great adjustable keyboard tray, and a lower-priced alternative to the Humanscale 500 keyboard trays. This item is no longer available, but we highly recommend the ESI Keyboard Tray 1CC Solution as a low-cost solution.Read More...
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  • Details

Budget Ergonomic Keyboard Tray Specifications:

  • This keyboard offers 22 degrees of positive and negative articulation
  • It can be raised anywhere from one inch above to four inches below your work surface
  • The platform swivels from side to side for comfort and usability 
  • This set-up includes a built-in, padded wrist rest
  • Black laminate top measures: 30" W x 10" D
  • Track length is 17.5"
  • Customer Reviews

    Budget Ergonomic Keyboard Tray
    4 Stars based on 1 Review(s)
    4 Stars

    As Advertised
    March 5, 2010
    This product is exactly as advertised. A no frills basic keyboard tray. I give it 4 stars because it's exactly what I was looking for, at the price I was looking for, but check out the pros/cons to see if it'll work for you. Pros: - 30in width is great for setting up your keyboard/mouse exactly how you like it - smooth flat service without the 'anti-slide foam' that may other trays use. again, lets your use the space however you want - Easy to assemble. Had it put together and mounted in 20 minutes Cons: - The adjustment module is cheap and difficult to use. Basically a screw with a big knob on it that holds the tilt and height in place. When it's loose the spring mechanism pulls it all the way up while the tilt adjusts all the way down. Definitely annoying. Not a big deal once you adjust it the way you like, but for multiple users this could be a deal breaker - The wrist rest is cheap and uncomfortable. Luckily, not using it leaves just 2 small screw holes, so it's kind of a non-issue. - depth is only 10in. Acceptable, but could have used another 1-2in added on - tray itself is a little thicker/heavier than I'd like, and moving it along the track does take some effort.