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> So far, I love it. It is very stable, raises and lowers easily, but doesn't
> around or get progressively lower as I type. The keyboard height and
> monitor height are on the same base so they raise/lower at the same time,
> but then the monitors are on an additional sliding track so they can be
> raised/lowered independently of the keyboard (I have found I want the
> monitors at different height relative to the keyboard when I stand and when
> sit). It's all on a tension-adjusted pulley system (so, not hydraulic),
> that you
> can tweak based on the weight of your equipment. The keyboard extends
> beyond the desktop and will drop below desktop level (like a keyboard
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