So this one is actually a rare case of something that might help me in the works side of things and as much as things are going to be tough, Working online needs to be comfy and make the effort, But this was also purchased back in Lidl back in January. So that is where the cost of this comes in at £12.99, will it be good value or will it not make things easier for me to use both screens on the Desk without hurting my back or eyes. We will find out, this is ONLY blogpost review for this.
- 54cm Width
- 14cm Height
- 25.5cm Depth
|The Front of the Box|
|the Bottom of the Box|
|the right side of the Box|
|The Top of the box|
|The Back of the box since of the bar code on the bottom right|
But then it comes to slicing the box and it then comes out pretty simply, as
- The Planks of wood, (Quite like chipboard)
- A sealed pack of the screws
- Some cover
- The manual
|A box of the insides|
The good thing is the holes are pre-done for it to just screw or slot it in sort of technique. Then it was time to get it built.
|The Screw the Sideboard|
Eventually, it did fall into place and it was complete and that did take about 20 minutes, the picture guides from the manual were not as clear as they should be but that is how it goes for these products.
Tidying up and getting it rightSo getting the screens to fit was not as bad as it seem,s but it did work with both of them shown in the end, the Desk was a lot smaller than the length of the risers but Managing it to do its turn and make a mini L shape of its own.
|The Risers in the L Shape,|
Then it was getting the monitors to fit and the cables moved for the right places and that is more of the tricky but not part of the review, But eventually, It was shaped in a way and got it fitted and it worked and did not seem like it was much of a stretch to see from sitting down, The width of the desk means the keyboard and mouse just fitted.
Now I thought I could do better and so this is where the shelves were coming in. Turns out YES I could (might have to tweak the position) Fit my PS4 into the shelf and the front way was too less vented, the sideway well that worked better than I thought. The Prif Box was nicely on the top as well for its potential to stream. The front Shelf could work for the laptop to go there anyway
|The Risers with the PS4 on the right-hand side and separate screen connections|
So then it was left to organise the bottom and the keyboard and mouse were just bordering outside of it, but it works for what I want it for,. But I can arrange this anyway needed so it might even be better to go upside down if it feels too high for me anyway.
|The keyboard, Mouse and PS4|
omracer's Rating: 6/10
The Good Points:
- Wooden Panels
- Screw Holes included
- Fits a PS4 on the Shelf in the middle
- Sturdy when built
- Very Good Value even with 2 x Purchased at £12.99 each
The Bad Points:
- Can be quite taller than I might have wanted it to be in a normal position
- The Length is longer than maybe needed for the Base
- The Manual does not make the screw positions as clear as they could be
- Might be hard to get hold of when NOT in a promo or just random clearance
- The Wood can crack easily when the screws were inserted