Tilt ‘n Slide Pro™ Keyboard Manager
I just installed the Tilt n Slide Pro Keyboard Manager. I really didn't pay close attention to the variety of adjustments when reviewing the product before purchasing it, but, again, a key aspect of these products was overlooked by Fellows. That aspect is the mouse pad and the ability to adjust it. Two key adjustments are missing: height of the pad and angle. Anyone who has used a product like this knows that the mouse tray has to be almost level, otherwise the mouse slides. With this product, once you adjust the keyboard angle to your liking, you are stuck with the same angle for the mouse. Anything over 10 degrees and the mouse goes sliding. I just modified my unit so I could create a separate angle for the mouse pad. Height of the pad is also not independently adjustable. It is set by the bracket that the pad attaches to. My next modification wil be lowering the mouse pad to a more comfortable height. Right now it is about 2 inches too high. The engineer in me often wonders how much real world testing companies do before committing their design to manufacturing and sales??
January 29, 2015
Item has a serious design flaw
I purchase this item 10 months ago and it did not last. It broke at the arms that hold it on the desk. The weight of the product must cause stress cracks over time and with a little more weight i.e. I leaned on the item with just a little bit of weight and both arms broke in the exact same place. Before it broke I really liked the tray. It helped my arm, wrist and shoulder strain, from hours of working at the computer. I would really like something comparable to replace it with, but will see what the company plans to do.
January 14, 2015
A really good pull out keyboard tray
I have enjoyed the pull out keyboard tray that my company bought for us to use. It was really easy to install. The pull out style gets it under the desk and out of my way. I am very happy with the product.
May 19, 2014