|Infini-T 29.5" H x 19.75" W Desk Panel||29.5" H x 19.75" W x 47.75" D||45 lbs|
|Infini-T Three Drawer File Cabinet in Biscotti and Espresso||24.5" H x 19.75" W x 18.875" D||56lbs|
Nexera Infini-T 3 Drawer Computer Desk
Great desk for the price.
Justin McDaniel from Warner Robins, GA
Got this desk for my wife and I, needed a double desk. Works great. The file cabinets were a bit of a difficulty, bit not too bad. Looks wonderful, and has so much room!
Versatile, well built w/ caveats
Stephen G from Oklahoma City, OK– Verified Buyer
I needed a desk that was not deep. This desk is right under 20" deep and I loved the fact that the desk width is adjustable. The photos do not explain this well, but I found a youtube video that talked about the Infini-T series and showed the desk in many layouts.Essentially, the desk width is adjustable because you can choose where to sit the edge of the desk on top of the separate drawer unit. It can also be built with the drawer on the left OR the right.Caveats:â€¢Â The instructions are good but require close-up studying, especially when building the drawer unit. It is kind of like IKEA instructions -- mostly pictures, and some of the detail is hard to notice so you really have to study or you'll end up having to re-do parts.â€¢Â The edge of the desk is not beveled - it is somewhat sharp. It would be uncomfortable for me to use this desk without something covering the edge. Luckily, I have one of the few desk pads that actually comes down over the front of the desk. This is kind of a deal breaker as far as computer desks go -- this is sharper than the edge of a MacBook -- you'll have little creases on your wrists without some sort of edge cover.â€¢Â The desk is shallow. This means you need to consider your monitor depth -- my monitor is somewhat older and the stand takes up about 5" behind the LCD. Then my older LCD is also thick - about an additional 3-4". This means the monitor is WAY too close to my face at the desk. I mounted the monitor on the wall but that won't work for most people. This really is a better desk for a laptop than a monitor. iMac might work, but double check.Quality seems on par with price. It is NOT solid wood - it if MDF. The wood veneer seems somewhat cheap quality due to the sharp edges. I had a $200 [@] MDF/wood veneer desk before this and the edges were not as sharp and not as "obviously glued on"All said and done, I still rate this desk as 4-stars. I needed something that wasn't deep, so that negative I can't hold against it. I also like that the desk height is good - i'm 6'2" and still can sit comfortably. Most of all I like the flexibility to set it up to fit exactly in your space.NOTE: If you buy, I recommend making the desk as it appears in the photo, not the instructions. There is a support piece of wood that goes beneath the desk surface. You can't see it in the photos on this page, but you can see it on the diagram showing measurements. This support bar can go on the front of the desk (which would impede on leg room and also mean you lose the little storage area on top of the drawers under the desk) or can go on the back. Now, here's the thing, the instructions will tell you to put the support bar on the front side. I disagree, as do the pictures on this site. So, I built mine with the support bar on back. Much better. You'll understand this better when you have the unit in front of you, just a heads up in case you buy...
Anonymous from Florida– Verified Buyer