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Omnimount DESK65 Lift/Lower Desk CEDIA Preview

Omnimount DESK65 Lift/Lower Desk

Omnimount DESK65 Lift/Lower Desk


  • Product Name: DESK65 Lift/Lower Desk
  • Manufacturer: Omnimount
  • Review Date: September 19, 2012 12:15
  • MSRP: $699
  • First Impression: Pretty Cool
  • 20" vertical lift
  • keyboard tray option
  • Birch or Cherry color options
  • Supports up to 65 lbs.

Executive Overview

If you didn't know this already, I'm not just the anchor of these videos, I'm also the editor and in fact I spend way too much time at a desk - I'd rather be out exploring. And that's when the Omnimount DESK65 caught my eye. Now, I know it looks just like a regular desk, but when you press the lever it lifts vertically. In fact it has a full 20" of vertical lift... the entire desk. The Omnimount DESK65 can support up to 65 pounds. You can put a computer on it and stay productive.

You now those times when you're sitting down and drifting off to sleep but you really need to get more done… That's when a desk that lifts for standing is an excellent idea. It can make you productive and energetic and help you keep working. It's available in Birch or Cherry and will be available later this year for $700. One thing we also really like is the keyboard accessory. It mounts right to the desk and hides your keyboard out of the way when it's not in use. 

For whole-home custom installers and integrators who are looking to get the best stuff for your customers, you can let them know that the same fluid technology that's available in their TV mounts can also work in other areas of the house - like the home office. It's a great upsell and a great product to be aware of to meet the needs of your clients.

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Andrew Gash was the online personality for Audioholics' video reviews back in 2010. He's an accomplished video editor and scriptwriter and enjoys masochistic events such as entering 48 hour film festivals each year, for which his last several attempts have placed in various nominations and awards.

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