Push a button and an electric standing desk moves up or down. Work sitting or standing. That's amazing! What else matters?
Well understanding the importance of adjustment range matters .. a lot as it turns out.
If the worksurface does not drop low enough, a seated user may need a separate drop-down keyboard arm to allow her to position her wrists properly in a neutral position with elbows bent at 90 degrees.
The same problem applies if the worksurface isn't high enough for a standing user . Bad wrist ergonomics can lead to painful problems.
Lucinda Technology workstations all have a minimum adjustment range of 26" (66 cm) which places the worksurface as low as 23" (58 cm) or as high as 49" (124 cm) as measured from the floor.