In short: at <$100 this is a 5 star desk; at >$100 this is a four star desk I love the movable shelves, the solid construction, and color/aesthetics. It does, however, have a few shortcomings with regard to the keyboard tray and PC stand. Read on for more info.
Construction: Quite solid, powder coated metal legs, particle board desk and shelves with a very nice laminate overlay. I actually thought from the pics the shelves were metal, but it's the same material as the desk. I was quite impressed with the build quality, especially at this price. This table has a small side to side wobble, but not noticeable to me while gaming.
Assembly: Pretty easy. There are a number of different fasteners and cam screws but it all went together easily. Tip: be very mindful to use the bolt hole locations in the instructions as guides for orientation as parts of this build are not symmetric, and the instructions don't make it blatantly obvious.
Moving side shelves: They line up well with the top surface of the desk. I really like this feature, and there are securing thumb screws to move them easily. I use them at the top levels. Each shelf uses three "rungs" of desk space so there are not tons of modular options, but it's still a nice feature. I measured the real-estate my 24" monitor uses, one can likely go dual screen with just the "wood" central desk, and go tri-screen with the side shelves added at the top. These are definitely stable enough to feel comfortable enough doing that.
PC shelf: I have a Fractal Design Define Mini C (a micro ATC tower) and that is the largest PC case I'd recommend putting on this desk if you want to use a shelf above the PC tower shelf as the pictures show. And that's not a big case by any means. Be sure to compare your PC to that case's measurements of 399 x 210 x 399 mm (LxWxH). I also took off the little "guardrail" so I could pull my PC forward, no big deal.
Keyboard tray: This is my largest gripe. The desk's support bar eats into the height this tray can accommodate. With 1.5 inches available, my keyboard must lay flat (not propped up) and neither my full sized nor my compact mice fit if I wanted to slide in the tray. Its width is enough for just a full sized keyboard, or as I've done and a number-pad-less keyboard to use the mouse on a trimmed down pad only with casual use. I game on the table-top surface. I also prefer keyboard trays that have a solid "notch" to keep the tray in the "out" position, this one barely does that.
Final thoughts: I would get this desk again and recommend it to anyone at this price point. If you really cared about fitting a larger PC or mousing on the keyboard tray, I'd suggest you move on.
- 商品尺寸: 140.3 x 50.2 x 76.2 cm
- 商品重量: 18.6 Kg
- 发货重量: 21.9 Kg
- ASIN: B01I5IMDUS
- 用户评分: 151 买家评级
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