VersaDesk Sunrise Electric Desk Riser - Dual Monitor

Motorized Desktop Riser Workstation With Built-in Dual Monitor Mount

The Sunrise Desk Riser - Dual Monitor is a great option for those who are looking for a height adjustable work station that will allow them to easily go from sitting to standing throughout their workday.  Just like the single version this too has a wide base and quality materials that offer a sturdy setup.  The electric powered push button motor is quiet and allows for an effortless height adjustment as well.  Do you require a lot of space to work on, or are you just needing to raise the area of your keyboard and mouse? The width of the keyboard tray is 28.3" W, so if you are looking for a full size desktop riser, we would suggest checking out our VersaDesk Power Pro Series.  If a solid, easy to use powered desktop riser workstation is what you are looking for, you will get a rise out of using the Sunrise Desk riser!

Not compatible with our optional monitor mounts or other accessories


  • Built-in Dual Universal LCD Monitor Mount

  • Compatible With 2 Monitors Up To 30"

  • Full Tilt and 360 Degree Rotation Ability For Monitor

  • Electric Powered Height Adjustment

  • Integrated Cable Management

  • Supports up to 30lbs

  • Available in both Single & Dual Monitor Mounting Capabilities


  • Easy to use, so you won't strain your back

  • Cable management allows for a cleaner workspace

  • Slim design is space-saving

Technical Specification:

Key Features: Built-In Dual Monitor Mount and tray for mobile devices | Motorized Height Adjustment | 360 DegreeRotation For Monitor

Electrical Information: Voltage: 100V-240V

Warranty:  every product from VersaDesk is backed by a best-in-class Limited Lifetime Warranty. The frame is backed by a Lifetime Warranty and the electronic components and motor are covered by a 2-Year Warranty. Contact us to initiate a warranty repair and you will be provided with an RMA number that must be included on the package with your return.


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