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YAHEETECH 51.2 Inch Corner Computer Desk with Monitor Stand, L Shaped Desk with Printer/Shelf (Rustic Brown) $68.39 AC + Free Shipping

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Materials: P2 particleboard, melamine veneer, powder-coated iron, plastic
Overall dimensions: 51.2x51.2x38" (LxWxH)
Desktop height: 29.5"
Board thickness: 0.6"
Monitor stand: 19x9.5" (LxW)
Rectangular desktop (ea.): 31.5X19.7" (LxW)
Load capacity: rectangular desktop (ea.): 77lb; sector desktop: 44lb; monitor stand: 11lb
G.W.: 48.1lb

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I agree but these are perfect for home schooling. I bought 2 @$99. I guess it was pandemic pricing.
How do they hold up as in assembly and wiggle? The last thing I need is my 10yo who can't hand write legibly to save his life needing to deal with a wobbly desk as he writes. Frown
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Hang in there the end is coming.
This is ominous. The end of the virus? (Which I personally don't believe) or them end of Op which at these rates is much more believable. Frown
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19.7" is too narrow for monitor use, is it not?

Why are all these L-shaped desks have such narrow widths?
That is super narrow! Also the "printer shelf" is less then 10". What kind of printer is going to fit on that?
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19.7" is too narrow for monitor use, is it not?

Why are all these L-shaped desks have such narrow widths?
My desk width is 26" so that's my minimum if I'm looking for a new desk.
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My desk width is 26" so that's my minimum if I'm looking for a new desk.
Let me know if you can find a good deal since most of them seem to be 24" at the large end.
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Quote from naexist :
19.7" is too narrow for monitor use, is it not?

Why are all these L-shaped desks have such narrow widths?
I agree with you. My L-shaped computer table bought from Staples many years ago is just slightly deeper at 20.5" but it has a sliding keyboard tray which has worked out perfectly for me.

It is weird that this one does not have a keyboard tray.
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Dead, no more 5% coupon. Code still works though.
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The depth is my only worry...would it help to put my monitor in the corner for gaming?
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I own this. At this price id say it's worth it. The quality is good, not great. It does the job. I would say the only real con I have is that I can't mount a drawer underneath because of the hardware, and I keep hitting my legs on the table legs when I swivel to get up. Other than that I like the table a lot.
I have two monitors (27"/32") on monitor arms attached to the table, as well has various chargers/docks (phone/game controllers/etc) as well as the standard mouse/keyboard/keypad. I also have a boom mic arm and as well as a flexible light mounted to the table. I don't have an concern about it holding all that. I would recommend monitor arm mounts as the stands to certain monitors may take up too much space.
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The depth is my only worry...would it help to put my monitor in the corner for gaming?
No. I tried that. You cant put your legs comfortably under the table if you put the monitor in the corner part. I would recommend a mount arm or to mount your monitor to the wall and put the desk under it if you're concerned with space.
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That is super narrow! Also the "printer shelf" is less then 10". What kind of printer is going to fit on that?
Yeah the shelf is nearly useless. I put remotes and a post it pad on mine.
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Damn, if this had a keyboard tray, it'd be perfect
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I agree with you. My L-shaped computer table bought from Staples many years ago is just slightly deeper at 20.5" but it has a sliding keyboard tray which has worked out perfectly for me.

It is weird that this one does not have a keyboard tray.
Bought one from staples in 2006: L shape desk temper-glass with 24" depth with drawer and keyboard tray,Stills using it.
Was $140 with promo at that time😁.
Sturdy and thick feet and beams.
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I own this. At this price id say it's worth it. The quality is good, not great. It does the job. I would say the only real con I have is that I can't mount a drawer underneath because of the hardware, and I keep hitting my legs on the table legs when I swivel to get up. Other than that I like the table a lot.
I have two monitors (27"/32") on monitor arms attached to the table, as well has various chargers/docks (phone/game controllers/etc) as well as the standard mouse/keyboard/keypad. I also have a boom mic arm and as well as a flexible light mounted to the table. I don't have an concern about it holding all that. I would recommend monitor arm mounts as the stands to certain monitors may take up too much space.
This desk particle/compose board is not thick for arm mounting. It would crack in the long run.

My suggestion to add extra base-plywood beneath the clamp.
But if you plan to use longer than4-5 years...
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How do they hold up as in assembly and wiggle? The last thing I need is my 10yo who can't hand write legibly to save his life needing to deal with a wobbly desk as he writes. Frown
Its held up since April 2020, Dont put a plain piece of paper as the top laminate has wood pattern that will affect penmanship. My kids use these for math workbook work and taking notes in a notepad with no issues. I hope this helps.
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