39073-10, -11, and -12. With these unusually-shaped computer desks, you may raise the keyboard section to be flush with the larger surface, increasing your work area, or lower it for a more ergonomically comfortable position that suits your needs. So what shape do you call this table surface? We don’t know! But at just $5.00 each, you can call them whatever you like! Measures approximately 27 x 42 x 30”H.
43848-47. Are more people working in corners these days? If they are, and if you want to hop on that trend, you should grab yourself a good corner desk like this sturdy companion. Desk measures approximately 3’ x 50” x 28”H and features two sections in case you want your keyboard at a lower level than your monitor and autographed picture of Wayland Flowers & Madam.
40197-11. I guess the demarcation is this: sit at it and work (it’s a desk!); sit at it and eat or drink (it’s a table!). Either way, you can adjust the height for high/low/sit/work/eat/drink. Go crazy! Measures 30” x 4’ x 30”H.
38440-95. Of course, you don’t have to be a patient to enjoy the benefits of a smart over-the-bed patient table—they’re not just for gumming Jell-O and strange mashed potatoes during Wheel of Fortune anymore! Tables like these are great for laptops, books (remember those?!), card games, you-name-it!
SOLD! 46899-40. Believe it not, kids, typist used to be a job. There’s more to the story, but it would blow your mind. Suffice it to say most high schools had typing classes in which the doors had to be kept closed because the classes sounded like a whole lot of very tiny machine gun fire. I suspect most of the typing teachers went deaf or wore ear plugs. But they could type faster than a speeding … something. The surface of this stand looks for all the world like some type of prestigious marble, but it’s actually prestigious plastic. Measures 14 x 45 x 33”H.
43096-22. Back in the day, “adjustable” didn’t necessarily mean 100 different knobs and switches for a bespoke fit; it meant “you can raise or lower the seat by spinning it,” and such is the case with this sturdy war horse. Ah, the simplicity of the ages.