I miss the old corner deskSteven A.The older versions were straight, the front of the desk is angled slightly for some reason. I don't know why they didn't use nice 90 degree edges like the older version. I have my large mouse pad hanging over the edge just to give a sense of flat angle.
Please, with the next version, go back to straight 90 degree angles for the main parts of the desk, the rounded corners are fine, i just want a nice square desk.
Nice table top for a denNANCYThis table works well as a desk or craft table. Height can be adjusted.
Amazing!LeonardoGreat finish, quality and design. Perfect for my office and have lots of room.
Works well for the spaceJODYWorks well for the space I needed and I love the style
Good office desk with weak legsI'm using this desk for around 3 years already as a home office desk. It's large enough to comfortably work with a laptop and 2 additional 27" monitors.
The only problem - weak legs. They simply can't hold the weight good enough. I wish it has at least tree legs - one on the narrow side and two on the wide side, or more sturdy way to fix inner leg in an outer leg rather then one small bolt.
Every time I touch the table everything on the table is shaking. Two monitors, a laptop and a lamp, everything is shaking. That's really annoying. Everything else is ok.
Work DeskRogerSturdy desk for den or office.
Great desk overallLean F.I've had this desk for about 6-7 years now and I really like it. There are several pros and cons to this desk.
Pros: Very large. Sturdy on carpet or hardwood. Adjustable wheels at the bottom if your room is on a slight slant or the floor is not perfectly flat. Corner can leave space for a printer or on desk organizer. The mesh under the desk is nice to hold the original allen key and wires for electronics.
Cons: L-shape can make it very difficult to transport alongside other furniture in anything other than a large van, so best if you don't move too often (I moved 5 times with it). Quite heavy, so best to break down into components when moving. You only need something like a flat screwdriver and the allen key. It lacks built in storage.
This would be ideal for an office where you have alternative file storage and you wont be moving it too often. If you're a student, get a regular rectangle desk.
Love this deskMELSturdy, space efficient, stylish
Great desk size and shape but would like regular leg optionandreaThe only thing about the shape is that with the legs in from the outer edges of the desk it gets very crowded to put file cabinet under it. In our perfect world it didn’t have to have adjustable height legs and we would have replaced the right leg with a drawer unit.
Perfect table for office, very sturdy.Wife1234Bought this for husband’s office. Easily fits 4 screens and plenty of workspace. Very happy with this purchase.
Nice white deskTariq rashStrong enough to hold my sit and stand desk on top. This desk is based on two legs but kind of shaky whenever I type on keyboard
Good Value, Not SturdywobblegateThe desk is large for the price, and is quite easy to assemble, but beware that the desk is not sturdy. Specifically, it wobbles and vibrates more than any desk I've ever used, which will lead to problems with certain computer monitors. Its rigidity might be sufficient for typing with a laptop, but I think any desktop use can expect problems. Note: this seems to be a design flaw, as all fasteners were attached as per the instructions.
Not as sturdyOg mamaI bout this desk a few days ago. I love the look of the desk. I love the fact it was easy to put together. Seemed like a perfect solution although the desk is quite shaky. We made sure all screws were tightened and they were. My cat who like to help with any and all work needed to be done loves to jump on the desk. As soon as she is on the desk it wobbles which is unnerving I will have to see about somehow retrofitting this desk to make it sturdy so that my computer screen won’t fall over.
good tablewltwingood price and comfortable