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    Don't you find it annoying to have to reach down and type sideways on the keyboard?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneDeltaTenTango View Post
    Don't you find it annoying to have to reach down and type sideways on the keyboard?
    Kind of ashamed to admit it, but I LOLed.

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    it looks a bit short for a standing desk set-up but i don't know how short you are. Make sure your neck, shoulder and back position are good or its defeating the object
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    The key is getting your monitor high enough and your keyboard/mouse in the right spot. I set mine up at home with a wireless mouse and keyboard on risers and my monitor on top of some storage drawers, which works great. I think I might add maybe two more inches to my monitor height; I keep tinkering with it, but the setup overall works really well.


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    Seriously, this is what I do at work. My monitor sits on a stand and a cardboard box. My keyboard and mouse are on a stack of books. Love standing and love that it's easy to switch back to sitting when I feel like it. Who cares what it looks like as long as it works for you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Anthony View Post
    The key is getting your monitor high enough and your keyboard/mouse in the right spot. I set mine up at home with a wireless mouse and keyboard on risers and my monitor on top of some storage drawers, which works great. I think I might add maybe two more inches to my monitor height; I keep tinkering with it, but the setup overall works really well.

    My 15 yr. old son was very impressed with your setup, especially the right hand side, apparently we can't have that in California.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urban Forager View Post
    My 15 yr. old son was very impressed with your setup, especially the right hand side, apparently we can't have that in California.
    I find keeping a rifle at the desk 1) Keeps me motivated to earn money to buy stuff I like, and 2) Makes dispatching things like coyotes much handier.

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    I have a kneeling chair. It's called Varier Balans. It was $500, yes, but worth it. It would be strange if I were to stand at my cube, I think the people in the cubes around me would feel as though they were being watched.
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