- Grip surface provides great storage for a monitor or notebook
- Clean and modern look, great for any office
- Raises monitor to reduce neck strain
- Holds up to forty pounds
- Work space dimensions of 20.25 wide by 11.5 deep
So, here?s the thing about monitor stands. Since desks have been in use for, oh I don?t know, a few thousand years and home computers have been around for about 30, most desks are not designed with computers in mind. So, if your keyboard and monitor are at the same level, you?ve got one of the old-school versions.
See, what you really want is your monitor lifted up a bit, right about at eye level. This?ll keep you more upright and help prevent all of those neck kinks. For those in the know, it?s all about ergonomics. But keep in mind you don?t have to sacrifice for comfort. You can get the ergonomics and still have a piece that looks good on your desk.
The Redmond Monitor Stand is designed to look like it came with your computer. A glance down the computer aisle is enough to show you that computers are going black, gray and silver. And the look of the Redmond Monitor Stand follows suit. The chrome-like base gives a high-tech look. The dark santoprene-coated shelf has a little grip to keep your flat-screen monitor secure. There are hi-tech benefits like a grate design that dissipates heat, and lo-tech favorites like the pen tray. Ergonomics, convenience and good looks.