Do you want to completely customise your desk experience while not worrying about what you put on it?
With the Autonomous SmartDesk Core, you’ll never worry about the health of your desk or back again. The Desk can hold up to a maximum of 265lbs (120kg) without affecting the speed at which it can increase or decrease the height of the desktop.
Whether you have two monitors, no floor space for your PC or like to keep your dumbbells atop your desk, the SmartDesk core will hold up. . With two options of 43”x24” and 53”x29” no matter the space you’re working in, there is an Autonomous SmartDesk Core that will fit your needs and your room.
There is little doubt that standing desks are better for those who spend long hours at their desk.
Not only is it better for your back health, one study showed that those with standing desks were almost 50% more productive than their seated counterparts. Let’s be honest though, nobody wants to stand for hours any more than they want to sit. Just reading it is enough to hurt your back. WIth the four customisable heights and a height range between 29.4 inches to 48 inches, you can sit, stand, crouch and kneel as you please, all with the touch of a button.
Choose to sit in a variety of positions with the desks fully adjustable range of 29.4 inches and 48 inches. Whether you want to sit, kneel, crouch or stand, the desk will fit your needs.
Save time and brainpower with the Autonomous SmartDesk Core’s four custom heights. Just set them up beforehand and you’ll never have to fiddle with the height again.
Put your mind at ease no matter what you need your desk to hold. Whether it’s a hefty PC and monitor or your comics collection, the Steel frame and energy-efficient dual motor are more than a match.
- When compared to competitors, the Autonomous SmartDesk Core is lacking in choices when it comes to the material and colour of your desktop.
- The price of the desk was a common piece of feedback in reviews, even by those who were extremely happy with their purchase.
- Users complained about the height range of the desk. One 6’2” user complained the desk’s maximum height was too low, while another complained the minimum height was too high.
Our Final Opinion on this Gadget
If you’re in the market for an adjustable standing desk, it is difficult to look past the Autonomous SmartDesk Core. From its height range, speed of raising at maximum load and the immense weight it can hold, this is a solid choice. However, the drawbacks are clear. If you’re looking for more design options, are on the taller end of the height scale or aren’t looking to spend upwards of $500 on a desk, you may want to look elsewhere.
However, if you use multiple monitors and like the thought of being able to put almost anything you want on your desk without worrying and can see yourself changing positions from seated to standing and anywhere in between regularly, the Autonomous SmartDesk Core is for you.
It might be a bit daunting as you get used to the SmartDesk Core for the first time, but the process to program your custom heights is as simple as can be. As seen in the assembly instructions, follow these steps to program custom heights into your Autonomous SmartDesk Core.
- Press ‘Up’ or ‘Down’ buttons to get the Desk to the height you want it.
- Press the ‘M’ button until the LED lights flash.
- Select and press the number you want to set the desk to.
While some users have complained about the weight and heft of the desk as they struggle to put it together, you shouldn’t worry. Would you trust it to hold almost 300lbs if it was light as a feather? The smallest desktop weighs in at 30lbs, the classic top weighs 47lbs and the XL weighs in at 62lbs. While the chunky versions weigh in at 55lbs and 80lbs respectively.
According to the Autonomous SmartDesk Core page, the assembly level for this product is rated as easy. The assembly instructions can be found here and the site states that it should take around only 15-30 minutes to fully assemble the desk.