An underdesk keyboard tray can help you get your keyboard and mouse in a more ergonomic position. This can help you work more comfortably throughout the day and may help reduce muscle strain. Using an underdesk keyboard tray can also support the benefits of other ergonomic furniture like computer monitor stands.
If you’ve purchased, or are considering purchasing, a cheap height adjustable desk, you are probably switching between standing and sitting while working. Pairing an underdesk keyboard tray with affordable standing desks is an inexpensive way to create an ergonomic workstation. You’ll be able to adjust the height of your desk and the height of your keyboard separately, to put them at the correct height for your unique needs.
The best reason to invest in an underdesk keyboard tray is optimizing your typing posture. With a wide variety of adjustment options, our underdesk keyboard trays tilt forward and backward to help you achieve optimal wrist positioning. They slide in and out to help you declutter and organize your desktop, and swivel left to right so your keyboard and mouse will be directly in front of you.
Our underdesk keyboard trays have mouse platforms that you can attach on the left or right side, which is perfect for those who use the mouse with their left hand—we didn’t forget about the southpaws! The mousing platforms also adjust independently so you can find the perfect position while retaining the best wrist positioning for your keyboard platform.
If you’re looking for a budget-friendly ergonomic desk setup, you can add our KT-2 underdesk keyboard tray to a cheap height adjustable desk to give yourself the option to sit or stand while working. Its adjustable height options elevates your keyboard above or below desk level to the perfect position for you. Heights range from 10 inches below desk level to 8 inches above your desk.
Another option is to pair our KT-1 underdesk keyboard tray with affordable standing desks or computer monitor stands. The KT-1 optimizes typing comfort and is also fully adjustable. Heights range between 4.5 inches below desk level to desk level.
Help eliminate shoulder, neck, arm, and wrist pain with an underdesk keyboard tray. Getting your keyboard and mouse in the correct position will help you type in a more natural position that won’t fatigue as much over the course of the day. Invest in an underdesk keyboard tray today. Your wrists will thank you.