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How about you just roll that computer over here and type that in my face?
Ok, cheesy intro lines aside, a rolling computer desk is pretty awesome for a lot of different situations. Do note that these are just types of Rolling Desks, we like all other types of computer desks too!
Once you fall down the rabbit hole of computer desks, you realize within categories are even more categories and so on. Under the rolling desk umbrella, there are plenty of options to explore and use. Whether you’re needing your desk to enjoy at home or at the office, you’ll see this list and confirm we’re on a roll in listing the top ones off.
- 1 Regular Rolling Desks
- 2 Sit to Stand Rolling Desks
- 3 Standing Only Rolling Desks
- 4 Conclusion
Regular Rolling Desks
If there is such a thing as a regular desk with wheels, then these are it. You can move them around to wherever you like, park them, and usually lock the wheels. Boom, you have a computer desk that moves easily. You little hacker you.
There are a surprising amount of desks that have wheels for you to choose from. I personally was not expecting to find as many as I have while writing this.
go2buy – Mobile Workstation
Just look at all the crap you can put on this crazy desk with wheels. You even have some kind of crazy CD tray!
If you are thinking you need something to take your entire desktop computer, speakers, CDs, keyboard tray, printer, and the kitchen sink with you on the go, then look no further.
This is not the prettiest thing to look at, but it is functional.
Tangkula – Modern Wood and Metal Rolling Desk
This desk is very stylish and would sit nicely along a wall in many types of rooms. Having guests over with kids who get into everything? Well just move this desk into the next room and close the door.
The wooden top and metal legs give it a modern industrial look. It has a very sturdy metal frame and lots of room to place a PC or laptop. Each of the four smooth, multi-surface, rolling casters can be locked into place.
As you can see, you can stack your novels of Firefly fan-fiction to display or add framed photos of your cat.
Sit to Stand Rolling Desks
As the name of this section indicates, these are desks that also allow you to sit or stand at them. This is great if you need to move your desktop around a lot in a work environment.
You can find all sorts of options in this category as well. I guess people really need to move around at work these days? Here is one that is well suited for getting a small mobile work space with a laptop.
Mount-It! – Mobile Standing Desk with Wheels
This streamlined little number works with both a PC or a laptop. I really love that it has a keyboard drawer. Each of the casters are lockable so your system won’t go running away from you when you’re practicing your beat-boxing freestyle.
The size of the work station is a roomy 34 inches and this can hold dual monitors side by side or a mix of a monitor and a laptop. A single lever adjusts the height and helps it be customized to your preferences.
With durable steel, this little mobile desk is strong and gets the job done.
Stand Up Desk Store – Crank Adjustable
Even though the previous rolling desk was roomy, you still may want a big more space. Here is a much bigger standing rolling computer desk option that allows you to use your computer on top of it and use the bottom tier for your keyboard and other accessories.
In one quick minute you can use the hand crank and go from sitting to standing. The beautiful teak top really stands out against the black steel legs. The ergonomic design keeps your arms at a 90 degree level and the screen at eye level. A little different than others mentioned, only two of the four caster wheels are lockable.
Aren’t in love with the black and teak look? This desk comes in an array of options, including all black, black top with a silver frame, walnut top with a silver frame, or a birch top with a white frame.
The birch would look really lovely in a modern, bright white space.
Standing Only Rolling Desks
If you never sit down then you may opt for a rolling desk that does not let you. I suppose you could also view these as a more temporary place to set your stuff down to work for a short time.
This option for a small computer stand on wheels will definitely lend itself to the idea of only standing at it temporarily.
Another option here could be called a Rolling Podium or Rolling Lectern. Not the first thing that comes to mind for a roll around computer stand, but it does many of the same things that a desk would.
Flash Furniture – Mobile Laptop Computer Desk
This little number is affordable and gets the job done. It’s a simple, no-fuss desk. It comes only in black and doesn’t have space for a keyboard for a PC. It’s only really for a laptop.
The half-moon shape and black laminate make it easy to use for a laptop and/or a notebook and pens.
Although we would think this wasn’t an extremely popular option, over 300 peeps on Amazon give it high reviews.
Tangkula – Adjustable Height Mobile Lectern
This is perfect for a medical student that needs to go room-to-room or someone who likes to collaborate with other departments and needs to be mobile.
A little bit more buff than the previous half moon desk, the mobile lecture desk has a book-shelf like addition. This makes it easy to add books, folders, other tech needs, and a cup of coffee or two.
The top of the desk has a ledge that can hold a laptop in place or a binder. It is also designed to slant towards you for easy viewing and typing. The tiltable desktop can swivel from 0 to 180 degrees.
Each wheel on the bottom of this rolling desk can be locked in place while you work. Along with using this in a classroom or medical facility, it can be a one-stop organizer for your in-home office needs. Based on the images of the item, some users have it planted in their living room so they can work from their couch.
If you are looking for a rolling computer stand complete workstation on wheels then I hope you found what you came for (If not, feel free to continue your search on Amazon). These options are all somewhat lacking in features, but I would consider that to be a good thing. I picture most use cases for these to not need much fluff. If I am wrong though, please let me know!