3M Adjustable Desktop Keyboard Drawer KD95CG (Discontinued)

Keyboard can be lowered as much as 3.75" below desktop level

The 3M Adjustable Desktop Keyboard Drawer has been discontinued. For a similar product, please visit our sister site and view the Keyboard Tray System Builder page.

Upgrading your workstation for a more adaptable keyboard situation with the 3M Adjustable Desktop Keyboard Drawer KD95CG is a breeze due to its installation-free set up and simple design. With features including height and tilt adjustment up to 3.75 inches below the desktop. A large platform complete with a leatherette gel wrist rest with antimicrobial protection and a 3M Precise mousing surface provide room for both your keyboard and mouse. When not in use, the drawer allows for keyboards up to 1.5 inches tall to be safely raised up and stored inside the handy steel drawer. It's perfect for users who can't or don't want to install a keyboard tray directly onto their desk, giving them options when they want to upgrade their workstation quickly and painlessly.


  • Keyboard can be lowered as much as 3.75" below desktop level
  • Tray allows for positive and negative tilt adjustment
  • Compatible with keyboards up to 1.5" tall
  • 3M Precise mousing surface improves optical mouse performance
  • Leatherette gel wrist rest with antimicrobial surface provides sanitary wrist support
  • No hardware installation required
  • Lifetime Warranty


Dimensions 27.8" W x 16.8" D x 4" H
Warranty Lifetime

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    It works if this is your only option

    Posted by Benedict on Feb 26th 2016

    I bought this for my desk at work. I think the only thing I can say that is good about it is that you don't need to attach it to the desk. My work desk is from the 1940's and steel. I didn't get an option to get a better one. From what I found, this is basically your option if you can't screw into the top of the desk and the under part of the desk top is uneven. 275 is a ridiculous list price. 150 is even a bit much. When you open the box, you will see what I mean. For this much money, I expected every important component to be metal with maybe plastic for decoration. What I got was a nice and heavy metal top with plastic rails and plastic sides. It feels flimsy. Also, there are 4 steps that determine how low the tray can get. If those 4 steps are uncomfortable for you, you are basically SOL. That said, it is wide and it doesn't feel like it will collapse but I honestly would value this between 50 and 100 dollars. 150 is the absolute most I would pay. At some point, it is worth it to get a crappy desk and drill into the top and get a really decent keyboard tray. Once a tray starts to hit 350, slightly more than the list, there are many, far better, options available.
    Pros: This is not a bad choice if it is your only option.
    It does not screw into the desk.
    The tray is wide.
    The lowest setting should be good with a proper chair for just about anyone unless you are particularly short with a particularly tall desk.
    I would recommend this product to a friend but only if they cannot, under any circumstances, drill into the desk.

    Cons: The build quality is quite poor
    You have only 4 available heights to select

This product comes standard with a limited lifetime warranty.

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