Guys! My new desk came! No more $20 plastic table from Costco! Given how much time I spend here, this is a welcome development.
It came with a first world problem, though: that little keyboard tray is too low for me, and the desk surface itself a tad high. I suppose I could prop it up with books or something, but that seems kinda lame. Suggestions welcome.
Anyway, I am excite.

Guys! My new desk came! No more $20 plastic table from Costco! Given how much time I spend here, this is a welcome development.

It came with a first world problem, though: that little keyboard tray is too low for me, and the desk surface itself a tad high. I suppose I could prop it up with books or something, but that seems kinda lame. Suggestions welcome.

Anyway, I am excite.

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  1. mkr71 said: Can you remove and remount the keyboard tray to be the proper height?
  2. steelopus said: Get your sawzall and cut off those pesky legs, then remove the keyboard tray. YOU’RE WELCOME.
  3. liamdavismusic said: Elevate the whole thing so that you work standing up. Seriously.
  4. jezebelthegreat said: Fancy!
  5. monkeyfrog replied:
  6. juniperexpress said: Rise the chair to use keyboard on desk, lower the chair to use keyboard in tray…or take out a vertebrae or two, whatever is easier
  7. janetisserlis said: I inherited the set up I have at work; took a few days to get used to, to fuss with the drop of the keyboard rise of the chair, but it worked out. use books or whatever to sort it per your comfort level - with how it looks and feels.
  8. pocketcontents said: Raise the chair & use a foot rest
  9. cirquedurartastic said: What you need is to be shorter. Take a 5cm cross-section out of your torso.
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