|Tilt Range (varies by mechanism)||at least -15°/+10°
(meets ANSI/BIFMA standards)
|Warranty||Limited lifetime warranty|
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Polaris Lift-n-Lock Arm: AKP115 features a low profile design in a lever-free mechanism. This articulating arm features a tilt range of -15°/+10° and a height adjustment range of 6" from level with the work surface to up to 6" below it. This model is available with either an 18" or 21" track.
Models: PLP-66 and PLP-67
Keynetix Single Paddle Arm: AKP45 offers a one touch keyboard mechanism with rock solid performance. This arm has a tilt range of -15°/+15° with an easy one touch adjustment for both height and tilt. Adjusts from level with work surface to up to 6" below. Available with either 18" or 21" track.
Models: KEY-61 and KEY-62 - We recommend this arm for most users
Keynetix2 Dual Paddle Arm: AKP75 offers two paddles for tilt and height control as well as a greater height adjustment range of 9 1/2" to accommodate up to 2 1/2" above the work surface to 7" below the track. The tilt range is -15°/+15°, and this mechanism is available with either an 18" or 21" track.
Models: 2KEY-66 and 2KEY-67
Keynetix2 Dual Paddle Extended Reach Arm: AKP85 is perfect for users who have a sit to stand workstation. The keyboard tray comes with a full 12" height adjustment range that will extend up to 7" above a main work surface or go as low as 5" below the work surface. This arm features a tilt range of -15°/+15°, and the track length is either 21" or 24".
Models: 2STS-67 and 2STS-57
June 20, 2009
The keyboard platform is not ideal--each of the 2 mouse platforms are about an inch below the keyboard tray which is a big difference when moving user's hands--as close to the same height would be preferable. The ability to rotate the platforms is nice, but the platforms and the keyboard tray itself need more space (I use a mouse, a Contour Shuttle Pro, a handheld Philips microphone, and need as much as space as possible to put things down and use them without stretching my arms way out). The rubber edge does prevent the mouse from flying on the side arms. Watch the keyboard arm--I got the 85 which extends above the table, but only at an angle--the higher it goes, the further from the table it gets which is an awkward and poor design. Ideally, the keyboard arm should extend north and south in a straight direction so you are always at the same distance from the monitors and work surface, rather than getting further from the monitors the taller you are. I will try to see if I can swap it out.
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