I totally Agree with dpunisher
Where I worked for 16 + Years we had custom built test benches. They had a drawer on the right hand side to hold things. A Thick Plywood top 4 foot wide by 4 foot deep. Then there was the top shelf that was 1 foot above the top of the bench to hold the 19" monitor and four port KVM that also switched speakers. Stereo Speakers hooked up to the KVM. 16 AC power outlets mounted at the back of the bench. That bench could handle up to 4 desktop/ laptop computers at one time. Also 4 Ethernet cables connected to a Gigabit router for internet and a file server access. Pull Out keyboard with a Mouse pad attached to it.
Then behind it shelves holding Assorted Power supplies for testing purposes. and assorted Motherboards for Intel and AMD CPUs. Desktop and Laptop Memory for testing. Spare PCI, PCI Express and VGA video cards, Regular and low profile. Floppy, IDE, SCSI and SATA hard dries and Optical drives for testing.
I kept one P4 computer with 2Gig memory that had free SATA and IDE ports for data recovery and transfers on one bench. I Kept a IBM IntelliStation running XP off of SCSI 10K drives with a DVD burner for downloading drivers, Etc. Under one bench
Two more benches in the back room for replacing Bad capacitors and Laptop DC-In Jacks and the occasional USB Port.
Those benches were what the chain I worked for provided to all their Locations.