Functional PC Trolley £22.99 @ Argos beech & oak effect
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Functional PC Trolley £22.99 @ Argos beech & oak effect

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Found 9th Oct
As above.

Looks like a good buy for a PC Workstation

Description:

This functional PC trolley, in a beech-effect finish, provides a compact work station ideal for your home office or bedroom. Featuring a sliding keyboard shelf and castors for easy manoeuverability, this versatile PC trolley fits neatly wherever you want it to.
Wood effect desk with .
1 fixed shelf .
Keyboard shelf with metal runners.
Easy cable access.
Mounted on castors.
Maximum screen weight desk will hold 20kg.
Size H74, W55, D45cm.
Weight 13.5kg.
Self-assembly.

5 Comments

Cheap, but not great if it isn't wide enough to put your mouse next to the keyboard. Would you even fit a normal computer tower on the lower shelf?

Jeepers.Creepers9 m ago

Cheap, but not great if it isn't wide enough to put your mouse next to the …Cheap, but not great if it isn't wide enough to put your mouse next to the keyboard. Would you even fit a normal computer tower on the lower shelf?


I have a near identical clone from I can't remember where here's my take:
1. If you have a keyboard without the number pad then there is enough space for a mouse albeit not a huge amount but still useable (esp. considering the price).
2. I can fit a mid tower computer underneath it with a little bit of spare room, the shelf is great for placing power lead extension on and to keep all of the computer bits and bobs together.
3. Overall build quality is really good and very sturdy. Wheels could be larger/better, if they were metals castors then it would be near perfect but for the price you can't argue.
4. Currently being repurposed as a sewing station which apparently it is the perfect size for.
5. (edit) If you have a small printer then the shelf could fit the extension cable, computer tower, and printer all at once.

Definitely would recommend! Good for kids, spare computer, or sewing station. If it's going to be your daily driver then maybe you should invest in something a bit more substantial.
Edited by: "towan" 9th Oct

I note THERE IS NO COMPUTER in the picture.

I also suspect the word "barely" should be inserted in from of "functional"; dont expect it to move without snapping in to pieces on anything other than a smooth, hard floor surface.

I also note that the only cable is the printer power lead, trying to hide the lack of cable tidy options??

Save your money and buy/make something decent; they do a steel "Z" frame version for schools that will last much longer than this POS.

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