Bought the dual version of this. It's super elegant and everything seems to work fine. I only had it for a week or so if anything changes ill update this review.
Love the keyboard blows away kinesis products.
I am very happy with this Keyboard.I dont feel any pain on my wrist any more.Although it is too expensive but is worth it:)
I just installed it, I am not the user, but I have not heard any complaints.
I purchased this unit after looking at lots of cheaper triple monitor mounts. The problem with those is they all mounted to the edge of a desk. My desk is a corner desk so I needed a unit with a free standing base - and this has one heck of a thin metal base! The instructions that came with the unit were very simple to understand, and within no time I had it assembled. It took some time to figure out how to slide the three monitor mounts but once that was done the monitors attached quickly and painlessly. Every possible angle is covered on these mounts, and I love the way you can move each panel up and down easily. All-in-all I love this unit and would recommend it to anyone who wants a sturdy, metal mount to reclaim their desk space after committing to triple monitors. I especially like getting the angles perfect so no light bleeds between the bezels. As for cables, one monitor will be very far from your PC so get an extra long (6ft or more) HDMI cable for it.My setup:EVGA GeForce GTX 9703 x ASUS VN247H-P Black 23.6' 1ms (GTG) HDMI Widescreen LED Backlight LCD MonitorCables: 2 x DVI-to-HDMI, 1 x Extra Long HDMI-to-HDMI
I've tried a few other keyboard trays and they were all lightweight and flimsy and I was always afraid to put much weight on them for fear of them falling apart. This tray is sturdy and the mouse pad is great because you don't have to squeeze everything onto one tray.
Nice tray, and used was the best way to go. I think Humanscale products are well made but expensive for what the product actually does. I made a slight mod to the mouse tray by drilling a small hole through the keyboard main tray and the mouse pad and inserted a locking pin to keep the mouse pad more stable during use. Other than that I am completely pleased with the unit and enjoy being able to sit stand with the articulated keyboard.
I've only used the stand for about three days now, but it does everything I need and does it well. I'm using it with three 27' monitors and it is rock solid. I previously used a no-name ebay triple monitor mount that I got for around 70 dollars and the difference between that and the Jestik mount are like night and day. Whereas the ebay mount was some type of cheap painted metal and a lot of plastic, the Jestik unit is a high-grade, industrial aluminum piece with absolutely no plastic parts (other than the 3 height adjustment knobs, which, obviously, are not load bearing). It is very impressive looking compared to my old mount.I use my triple monitors for iRacing, and the movement of my force feedback wheel would cause the cheaper mount to bounce all over the place and it was a never ending struggle to keep the monitors aligned. No such problems with the Jestik. I'm no engineer, but the way it is designed doesn't really allow for the monitors to become unaligned from vibration/shaking alone. There are all kinds of adjustment knobs and set screws that, once properly tightened, keep the monitor firmly in position.I only have two minor complaints with the mount, and they are very minor. One is that the max angle of the side monitors seems to be only about 20 degrees, I would prefer a bit more for iRacing. In Jestik's defense, however, I would guess the overwhelming majority of triple monitor users have no need for a side monitor angle greater than 20 degrees, so that probably wasn't even a factor in the design process.Second is that, although the monitor's position remains rock solid, the 3 monitors, as a group, pivot left and right around the center post quite easily. Not a big deal when your sitting at your desk, or if you have the monitors up against a wall, but bumping into one of the side monitors definitely will rotate/pivot the unit a few degrees. It's easy enough to just grab a side monitor and pull it the few degrees back to center once you sit back at your...