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I'm not sure what you mean by "feet." The part that rests on the desk is 23 1/2" wide by 24" deep - but it sticks out in all directions past that. Actually the "feet" hang over the front of my desk by an inch or two. I have my keyboard on a slide out tray that is part of my desk, not the varidesk - and that's what I … see more I'm not sure what you mean by "feet." The part that rests on the desk is 23 1/2" wide by 24" deep - but it sticks out in all directions past that. Actually the "feet" hang over the front of my desk by an inch or two. I have my keyboard on a slide out tray that is part of my desk, not the varidesk - and that's what I use when I sit. When I stand, I put the keyboard up on the varidesk. By the way, it works beautifully - easy to raise and lower, very sturdy - I highly recommend it. I got one for my daughter and one for my son-in-law who also love it. hope this helps. see less I'm not sure what you mean by "feet." The part that rests on the desk is 23 1/2" wide by 24" deep - but it sticks out in all directions past that. Actually the "feet" hang over the front of my desk by an inch or two. I have my keyboard on a slide out tray that is part of my desk, not the varidesk - and that's what I use when I sit. When I stand, I put the keyboard up on the varidesk. By the way, it works beautifully - easy to raise and lower, very sturdy - I highly recommend it. I got one for my daughter and one for my son-in-law who also love it. hope this helps.
Jeannie
· October 18, 2014
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Yes, I have two 24 inch monitors on mine
CHRIS LANDRUM
· July 9, 2015
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The top tray is flexible so you can increase or decrease the height. The top try is very wide and deep. My Dell hard drive and monitor sit on top of each other and I have room to write sticky notes on the surface as well. The top surface is also where my keyboard is when I'm standing.
Karen D Carrillo
· September 25, 2014
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If you are using a desktop, both the keyboard and mouse need enough cord for the varidesk to be able to move up and down about 1.5 feet. With a laptop, it doesn't matter as the laptop rises with the desk.
Christine A. Eckert
· November 12, 2014
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The label reads that the max weight is 35lb, so I guess you could.
Andrew K. Nieto
· February 12, 2016
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Pretty sizable around 3 ft wide x 4 ft tall. Mostly packaging to protect during shipment.
Kimberly Hoover
· December 19, 2019
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Mine is 4-1/2 inches from desktop to top of platform.
Tracey Knight
· April 14, 2020
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The struts (bottom supports) are 24" long. I placed on a 23 1/2" deep desk, and the unit is very stable and works fine. The front rounded support leg ends (facing you) overhang the desk surface by about 3/4" but do not interfere with movement or pose any problem. The unit could handle 1 to 1.5" overlap with no probl… see more The struts (bottom supports) are 24" long. I placed on a 23 1/2" deep desk, and the unit is very stable and works fine. The front rounded support leg ends (facing you) overhang the desk surface by about 3/4" but do not interfere with movement or pose any problem. The unit could handle 1 to 1.5" overlap with no problem because of the weight of the base and its great stability. see less The struts (bottom supports) are 24" long. I placed on a 23 1/2" deep desk, and the unit is very stable and works fine. The front rounded support leg ends (facing you) overhang the desk surface by about 3/4" but do not interfere with movement or pose any problem. The unit could handle 1 to 1.5" overlap with no problem because of the weight of the base and its great stability.
Eric H.
· April 29, 2015