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Do standing desk converters wobble?

Do standing desk converters wobble?

Best answer: Yes, but only if they're cheaply made or constructed poorly. A well-designed, well-built standing desk converter is more than capable of being completely stable.Sturdy and spacious: FlexiSpot M2B Standing Desk (opens in new tab) ($280 at Amazon)

Why do some standing desk converters wobble?

The main reason why some desk converters will wobble is that they aren't designed in a way that ensures stability. If a desk is made of cheaper materials, doesn't have strong enough supports, or distributes weight poorly, it's going to wobble when you use it. Therefore, if stability is important to you, you should choose a standing desk converter that's built to a high standard.

What's standing desk converter you should choose?

Ultimately, we think the best standing desk converter you can get your hands on is the FlexiSpot M2B Standing Desk. Its constructed out of wood, giving it fantastic build quality, and its two adjustable legs are made entirely out of steel, too, giving it ample support. Thanks to this, the desk doesn't wobble at all, but that's not where the benefits of this desk end. The adjustable legs allow you to use the desk in 12 different height levels which gives the user a ton of different options to choose from, and both the monitor stand and keyboard tray are large and spacious, giving you plenty of room to set up your workstation rig. The keyboard tray can be detached if you'd like to take it off as well, which is perfect for people who would prefer to use a laptop on the desk instead of a full-sized PC. It's pricey, but it's worth the cost.

Brendan Lowry is a Windows Central writer and Oakland University graduate with a burning passion for video games, of which he's been an avid fan since childhood. You'll find him doing reviews, editorials, and general coverage on everything Xbox and PC. Follow him on Twitter.