For the smart shopper who looks hard at a purchase before committing, we have comparison reviews of the MojoDesk electric sit-to-stand desk and other available options. Below are videos and links to full reviews as well as our updated 2021 comparison chart at the end that lines up specifications, price, and features of other brands side-by-side.
If you're reading this, you’re probably one of the millions making the transition to work-from-home. If you are considering a standing desk, these reviews and comparison charts will help you decide what options are right for you.
Both MojoDesk and Vari (previously VariDesk) offer a full sit-to-stand desk that meets BIFMA stability requirements, comes with a 5-year warranty, and offers free shipping to the lower 48--but the similarities end there. If you’re looking for stability and safety up to 300 pounds (vs. 200-250 with the other guys), MojoDesk is the clear choice.
The devil is in the details when it comes to building a comfortable workspace--one where you'll likely spend endless hours. Don’t underestimate the importance of choosing the right features, like a desk shape that suits your work environment and contoured edges for wrist comfort.
Our “apples-to-apples” comparison for this review is between the Evodesk Ergo Edge electric standing desk and MojoDesk—and the findings may surprise you. Let's start with issues of safety and health: two critical factors when researching a high-quality gaming desk.
There are many low-cost standing gaming desks and the Respawn RSP-3000 is one of them. But how does it stack up for value vs. what you get with the more expensive Mojo Gamer Pro?
Ergonomic comfort during long sessions of work or gaming is top priority. In addition to the damage that passionate keyboard users inflict upon the sit-to-stand desk itself, gamers and workers are also punishing their own hands and wrists. Both comfort and stability were key factors in comparing MojoDesk with the IKEA Bekant standing desk side-by-side.
Looking for the most environmentally friendly stand-up desk? Look for a workstation option that is fully Greenguard-certified to reduce VOC (volatile organic compounds) emissions into the air. Found in many everyday products and processes, VOCs can put your health at risk and create air pollution.
Whether you’re 4’11” or 6’6”, size matters when it comes to choosing the right standing desk. MojoDesk has the greatest height-adjustability on the market today, to deliver the best in health and comfort for users of all shapes and sizes. From reducing and preventing back problems to improving circulation, alternately sitting and standing improves both health and productivity.
MojoDesk and the iMovR Lander have several similarities, including a large adjustable range, compliance with national ergonomic standards and free shipping.
The areas where iMovR comes up short—namely environmental compliance, tabletop design return policy and price—can be significant concerns for gamers and desk jockeys on a budget.
Besides VertDesk only available in one shape - rectangular - the parent company of VertDesk does not actually manufacture the VertDesk itself, instead working with a U.S.-based OEM manufacturer. In contrast, MojoDesk has a large variety of shape options and made and shipped from our company headquarters in Denver, Colorado.
Note: All specifications sourced from competitor website specification pages as of January, 2020. Since that time, Varidesk (now Vari) has changed their ProDesk in the chart below in both specs, pricing, and name. The price below on the cart and specs are being updated. The list price of $695 is for the 48x30 Vari ProDesk which has now been replaced with the 48x30 Vari Electric Standing Desk at $550. We will have an updated review soon.
Sources: Autonomous, Fully, UpLift, Varidesk
This guide will walk you through the setup of our single monitor arm and attaching it via the clamp-on connection to your MojoDesk standing desk.
This provides additional visuals and details to the Monitor Arm Setup Guide (PDF) in the box for a clear, easy assembly.
The part numbers refer to the ones in the guide.
The steps shown are the same for our Dual Monitor Arm.
Unwrap, layout, and organize your parts for easy setup.
Remove the velcro strap from the Monitor Arm. It will expand once the velcro strap is removed.
Attach the bracket (Part 5) shown the the underbase of the arm using the 3 M6x12MM bolts (Part C) and Allen Wrench (Part G). Adhere the Anti-Slip Pad (Part 8).
Adhere the Anti-Slip circular pad (Part 9) to the adjustable clamp-on knob (Part 6).
Lower the clamp-on knob so you can access the top 2 screw holes. Attach to the bracket (Part 5) using the 2 M6x10MM bolts (Part D) using the Allen wrench (Part G) as shown.
Attach the plastic cable managment organizer to the back of the monitor arm as shown. Move the USB, microphone, and headphone cords to the side of each channel and click into place.
Using the clamp-on knob, attach to the back of your MojoDesk. Make sure you attach tightly. Then, attach your monitor to the mounting plate as shown in the guide using the 4 M4 (Part A) or 4 M5 (Part B) screws provided. The screws used will depend on the hole sizes of your monitor.
Remove the two black plastic cable management channels pre-installed on the arm and organize your cords through them and reattach. Example of using just the top black cable management channel shown below.
Adjust the connections using the 2 Allen wrenches as shown in the guide based on the weight of the monitor so the monitor is angled at your perfect height. There are connections to tighten on several parts of the arm.
When tightened properly, you will be able to adjust it and it will float easily between positions. The monitor arm supports weights from 4lbs-19lbs.
Use the optional easy-access USB, headphone, and microphone ports at the base.
Enjoy your MojoDesk monitor arm!