Arrange gaming equipment efficiently with this black Arozzi Arena desk. Its solid surface delivers 14 sq. ft. of space for secure placement of accessories, and the width lets you place up to three monitors next to each other to surround yourself in the game environment. This Arozzi Arena desk has three cutouts for seamless cable management.
This desk is great, I use it for school instead of gaming, but it's awesome - you can adjust the legs for height (although it's kind of a pain), but the material is pretty great which would believe me to assume that the durability and longevity of this desk is worth it. I got this on sale, but make sure to reference the actual Arozzi site because sometimes they'll sell it for cheaper there and you can always price match. My only complain, and it's kind of huge for me, is that with the pure black version, you'll literally see every hair or dust particle on the mat - if you have pets it gets worse. I could lint roll this thing daily and will still see some hairs on here. This annoys me, but I wouldn't dock any stars off of it. The camera on my phone/picture quality is garbage, but I really dig the desk and would recommend it to anyone!
I have had a great experience out of this desk. The cable management net has done trick for me, and its large enough to house my PC, 24 inch monitor, and 27 inch monitor. I do wish it were just a tad longer so that it could house my Razer Nommo speakers, but I suppose I'll just need to get a monitor mount in order to get them off of the desk.
I did a lot of research looking for a desk this wide, with some form of cable management. I read reviews from almost every website that sells this desk, and I was very skeptical. Way too many “crooked legs”, uneven tops, and wobbles. I took a chance, knowing Best Buy has a sweet return policy. A leg was crooked. But lo and behold, you can adjust the legs for height, and turn them! Problem solved. After assembling the desk and flipping it upright, one of the 3 top prices was maybe a half a millimeter off. Once again, slightly tighten the bolt closest to the area, and it lined up perfectly. The wobble is incredibly slight. I replaced a corner desk with this, and The pressure it takes to wobble this desk wobbled that one too. Take the negative reviews with a grain of salt, this desk is exactly what I wanted, and I couldn’t be happier!
Product came in a box that looked like it got thrown off a truck and ran over on the freeway. It was a legit joke. When I went to pick it up, they said a manager looked at it and taped it back up. I took it home and when I opened it, i could tell no one even looked at it. The package inside was still sealed up. Before I assembled the desk I looked at everything to see if I could spot any damage. It wasn't until I fully assembled the desk that I noticed the damage on the front left corner. I tried to contact support with no response. I was in the middle of a move and decided to not return the desk because I was to busy. I would say the desk is not worth the $400. Its probably a $200 desk. It wobbles and doesn't seem very sturdy. Pretty much done with bestbuy. This was one of many other problems I've had.
I bought this desk when it went on sale for $280 and I think it was well worth the money at that price. It is extremely well built and sturdy and the full desk mousepad is very high quality. Other reviews say that the feet wobble but you just need to make sure the 4 screws under the feet are tight. At the full price of $450 I would still consider buying but knowing what I paid it would be a lot harder of a decision.
I’m just going to keep it short and sweet. After this review I’m dis assembling it and taking it back to bestbuy. Thank goodness I purchased from BB!
- Assembled and the table wobbles when gaming, esp from front to back RIPP
- One of the legs was had crooked machines holes so the right leg is croooked. SEE PICTURE *I was going to over look this. But the unstableness of this table eventually made me return it.
- Only plus of this table was the mouse pad...it’s amazing.
No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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Ease of Use
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Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Plenty of room - poor stability and manual
Owned for 1 week when reviewed.
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Ease of Use
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I needed a surface area that would hold two monitors and my computer system. This measured to 5'. This desk is 5'3". The size is great. The manual is a waste of time unless you like the smiley faces on each section. One of the desk feet bolt heads stripped while I was tightening. Tighten the desk legs gradually in an X pattern and do not tighten the bolts until you have the desk completely assembled. I took two stars away just because I can place one finger on the desk and it will sway either back-front or right-left. I am, however on carpet which is unstable with this desk. Get a desk with four legs if you have carpet - more stable. I am attaching 3-4 steel shelf brackets to the underside with VHB tape and bolting the brackets to the wall. I didn't want to drill the table surface so opted for very high bond tape. I would guess I have 70 lbs on the surface. I wouldn't suggest raising the desk due to moving the center of gravity higher and making it more wobbly.