Ergotron 97-582-009 - Soporte de escritorio para teclado, negro
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Descripción del producto
Esta plataforma ajustable para teclado es imprescindible en cualquier aplicación ofimática de tratamiento de texto. Complete este accesorio con un soporte o brazo para monitor para disfrutar de una solución ergonómica de escritorio.
Incluye una generosa amplitud de ajuste en altura e inclinación para adaptarse a diferentes usuarios de ordenador. Permite guardar el teclado cómodamente debajo de la superficie de trabajo para que el usuario lo saque cuando lo necesite.
- Eleve, baje e incline el teclado para trabajar con la máxima comodidad
- Se guarda debajo de la superficie de teclado cuando no se utiliza
- La bandeja permite utilizar teclados y ratones de mayor tamaño gracias a su amplia superficie de una sola pieza
- Instalación fácil y flexible: se puede fijar con una abrazadera al borde anterior del escritorio y casi no ocupa espacio, o bien se puede quitar la abrazadera y fijarlo con cuatro tornillos por debajo del escritorio
- Los cojinetes se deslizan con suavidad
- Construcción duradera y resistente: el brazo y la guía deslizante están fabricados en acero, mientras que la bandeja es de material fenólico resistente
- Proporciona una plataforma sólida para la introducción de datos
Ajustes de altura: 150 mm
Capacidad máxima de peso: 1,4 kg
Color del producto: Negro
Dimensiones del embalaje (alto x alto x peso): 870 x 280 x 320 mm
Peso del paquete: 6,6 kg
Ángulo de deriva: 15°
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The hardware is exceptionally high quality, though over-built.
I haven't installed or used it but the action of the linkage is very solid/positive. Seems like it will be a winner.
I'll update the review as soon as I've got some use out of it, though that may be a while because my desk is currently back ordered.
I've gotten a lot of use out of it. Works exceptionally well, though a few gotchas that are common to most (all?) keyboard trays, not just this one.
The only issue I consider an actual problem with this is that it can easily damage your keyboard. If you don't lower the tray enough when you stow it, there is an angle on the plastic clamp cover that fairly gently pushes down on the keyboard and allows you to slide it under. It will press on the keys but not damage them. If you don't remember to lower the tray before pulling it back out, a very sharp edge on the back side of that plastic clamp cover will tear the keys off your keyboard before you even realize it's happening. I lost two keys off my Logitech keyboard before I finally remembered not to do that. It's a design defect IMO. I'd knock the rating down to 4.5 stars if they allowed fractions.
If you use a digitizing tablet and are left-handed, there isn't any room on the left for the tablet. The only way you can use it in conjunction with the keyboard is to lower the shelf and slide the keyboard under the desk, then have the tablet on top of the desk. It works, and it's not horrible *if* you have height adjustable workstation. If you've got a fixed height table you're clamping this to, you may have to stow the tray and put the keyboard on top of your desk while you use the tablet. I'm using an Ergotron adjustable height desk so I can get it to a position where it's reasonably comfortable for both keyboard height and tablet height.
A cordless mouse, if the shelf is bumped or jiggled hard, usually falls right to the floor.
With a corded mouse/keyboard the cables dangle and they draw a lot of attention from cats - who will then pull your mouse to the floor.
The mouse area is big enough for ordinary use. You can do some gaming on it though if you get a bit carried away in the heat of an FPS you could fall right off the end of the world with a quick movement of the mouse. The thing I noticed (being a big guy) is that during intense play I put a *lot* of pressure on the shelf, especially when I'm standing. It bends quite a bit but so far no sign of problems.
If you use corded headphones a lot, the cord will tangle with the keyboard and mouse cables.
It's *excellent* to be able to tweak the height of the keyboard, especially if you have any sort of back or shoulder issues. You can either fix it at the correct height for whatever ails you, or you can vary the height periodically during the day for a change of position. It's worth buying just for this one benefit.
I like it, it's very well built, somewhat overbuilt but not as badly as I originally thought. Combined with the height adjustable workstation this is probably as good as you'll find.
Once I have space for a home shop again, I'll build a new desktop that's about 4" to 5" deeper than the current one, then use this keyboard and desktop for a smaller, less frequently used workstation. It's not because I don't like this particular keyboard tray, I just prefer a normal desktop setup for drawing and for gaming.
I'll put up a separate review of the Ergotron adjustable height workstation, but the summary reads like this: Buy it and put one of these keyboard trays on it. Hands down the best move I've made for my physical comfort/well being in ages. (excluding a few odds and ends that I've purchased in Personal Care -> Sexual Wellness department of course! :p)
Installation instructions were a little sparse. Installation wasn't hard, but more detail on removing the clamp would have been better.
It included instructions that you shouldn't use the four screw installation with the Workfit-D table, even though the table has four perfectly positioned holes for the screws as opposed to having to drill a hole for the single screw installation. I checked with Ergotron and they said I could use the four screw installation with my Workfit-D, which let's me get the clamp out of the way. I don't know what's up with the confusion.
There's a slight warp in the keyboard tray surface that causes minor rocking with my keyboard, but it's well within tolerable.
Besides all that I absolutely LOVE the flexibility of being able to set my keyboard and mouse specifically where I need it, no matter what position I'm in.