Back in the olden days when CRTs had glass screens, I used to use a dry-erase marker to leave myself a note right on the screen for important things I needed to do first thing after getting to work. I don’t dare write on my screens with anything now, so I just have to put a sticky note on the bezel and hope it doesn’t fall off during the night. If I had an UpWrite desk, I could write the note right on the 60″ X 30″ desk top. In addition to having a white work surface that works with both wet- and dry-erase markers, the UpWrite has an electric lift for easy height adjustment. You can adjust the desk for your most comfortable height while sitting, or turn it into a standing desk that even accommodates a treadmill with a push of a button. Desk heights adjust from 25.5″ to 50.5″, and the lift is powerful enough (300 pound limit) to adjust without you having to clear the desktop first. The UpWrite is $1149.00 at UpDesk.