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It would be best to have a mount for the two monitors. I have mine set up with four monitors using a mount and works perfect
Tom J
· October 4, 2019
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I don't have exact in front of me but I would think its around 5" from desk to top of the upper desk area.
James Basa
· May 31, 2019
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At 36" across you could get two 27" monitors on it though they would hang off the edge ( no the base but the screen). We often have dual 24" monitors in use with these though keep in mind since it narrows at back it will reduce the desk area space and could feel a bit crowded. I would just simply setup yours on a des… see more At 36" across you could get two 27" monitors on it though they would hang off the edge ( no the base but the screen). We often have dual 24" monitors in use with these though keep in mind since it narrows at back it will reduce the desk area space and could feel a bit crowded. I would just simply setup yours on a desk close together and when you're comfortable with it measure the distance. Most styles like this are starting at 36" with some at a comfortable 40" in width. see less At 36" across you could get two 27" monitors on it though they would hang off the edge ( no the base but the screen). We often have dual 24" monitors in use with these though keep in mind since it narrows at back it will reduce the desk area space and could feel a bit crowded. I would just simply setup yours on a desk close together and when you're comfortable with it measure the distance. Most styles like this are starting at 36" with some at a comfortable 40" in width.
James Basa
· May 31, 2019
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Hello,

Thank you for your question, the Standard VersaDesk Power Pro Corner does not have a retractable keyboard tray but our Deluxe Power Pro Corner Desktop Riser. … see more
Hello,

Thank you for your question, the Standard VersaDesk Power Pro Corner does not have a retractable keyboard tray but our Deluxe Power Pro Corner Desktop Riser.

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Hello,

Thank you for your question, the Standard VersaDesk Power Pro Corner does not have a retractable keyboard tray but our Deluxe Power Pro Corner Desktop Riser.

- Versa Products Support

Versa Inc
Seller · February 20, 2020
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I was able to get it up on my desk by myself without assistance.
Timmie
· April 20, 2020
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The Versadesk Power Corner is 36" wide and about a total of 27" deep at center. The base of the desk is 15.5 x 30. The angled part of desk is 23.5 back to front. You can google Versadesk for more info.
James Basa
· May 31, 2019
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I wouldn't....unless they tilted vertical. They are not stable that close to the edge. Hope that helps. There are larger desks
Wendy
· August 7, 2019
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