Verimark Fingerprint Security KeyIncorporating Kensington’s patented technology to ensure proper fit, the SmartFit® Sit/Stand Desk provides an efficient and safe way to convert your desk into a healthy sit-stand workstation using a convenient desk-on-desk design. Sturdy and stable at any height, while using a pneumatic lift to effortlessly raise and lower the desk within a space-saving vertical footprint, the Kensington SmartFit Sit/Stand Desk delivers optimal productivity and ergonomic support.

Features & Benefits

  • Fully Assembled setup is ready to use out-of-the-box
  • Professional Two-Tier Structure provides a 35.4in (900mm) wide main desk surface with plenty of room for a dual monitor setup, documents & other desktop accessories, an integrated keyboard & mouse deck, and ergonomically-designed beveled edges to help reduce contact stress
  • SmartFit® System simplifies ideal ergonomic height positioning using scientifically proven research to help prevent injury and increase comfort
  • Pneumatic Lift with Tension Adjustment System allows you to easily adjust lift tension based on the workstation’s weight load for smooth and effortless adjustment
  • Space-Saving Design allows the workstation to move straight up and down within its own vertical footprint
  • 22.8in (580mm) Height Extension accommodates the needs of taller individuals with a sturdy and stable workstation even when fully extended
  • 35lb (15.9kg) Weight Capacity supports up to 30lbs (13.6kg) on the main desk surface and up to 5lbs (2.3kg) on the keyboard & mouse deck
  • Zero-Footprint Mounting Holes allow you to add a VESA Mounting Plate (K33959WW) to connect a compatible Kensington docking station
  • Cable Management System routes monitor and accessory cords to keep workstation tidy and uncluttered
  • 2 Year Warranty provided by the leader in desktop productivity solutions


Benefits of a Sit/Stand Desk
Less Sitting and More Moving

Improve Overall Health

According to the CDC, building simple physical activity throughout a person’s work day is a reasonable strategy to improve overall health.1

Reduce Risk of Obesity

The Mayo Clinic conducted a study on a group of office workers concluding that lean people spend at least two hours more each day moving around during the course of their work day. This extra motion by lean people is enough to burn about 350 extra calories a day, which could add up to 10 to 30 pounds a year for their non-moving colleagues.2

Reduce Cancer Risk

The American Institute for Cancer Research supports a growing body of research indicating that prolonged sitting has lethal consequences, including an increased risk for breast and colon cancer, regardless of how active people are the rest of the day.3

Longer Life    

A study in the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine found that individuals will increase their life expectancy by two years by reducing sitting time from the standard 6 hours to just three hours per day.4

Better Posture

To improve posture and reduce eye strain, make sure your head and neck are as straight as possible when viewing your monitor.5 This keeps you from hunching over or slouching as you tap away on your keyboard, while standing will also improve your core strength, leading to better overall posture.

Why Choose Kensington?

Trusted by organizations around the world, Kensington is a leader in desktop productivity solutions. An extensive lineup of award-winning products providing trusted security, desktop productivity innovations, and ergonomic well-being have made Kensington The Professionals’ Choice for nearly 35 years.

SmartFit® Sit/Stand Desk K52804WW

1 US Department of Health and Human Services. Physical Activity Evaluation Handbook. Atlanta, GA: US Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; accessed online 4/4/16
2 Levine JA, Lanningham-Foster LM, McCrady SK, Krizan AC, Olson LR, Kane PH, Jensen MD, Clark MM. Interindividual variation in posture allocation: possible role in human obesity. Science. 2005 Jan 28; 307(5709):584-6.
3 Ballard-Barbash, R, Friedenreich, CM, Courneya, SM, et al. Physical Activity, Biomarkers, and Disease Outcomes in Cancer Survivors: A Systematic Review. J Natl Cancer Inst. 2012 Jun 6; 104(11): 815–840. doi: 10.1093/jnci/djs207
4 Tudor-Locke C, Leonardi C, Johnson WD, Katzmarzyk PT. Time spent in physical activity and sedentary behaviors on the working day: the American time use survey. J Occup Environ Med. 2011 Dec;53(12):1382-7. doi:10.1097/JOM.0b013e31823c1402.
5 Hedge, A. Workstation Ergonomic Tips: Computer Monitors and Posture.; accessed 4/11/17