Get plenty of room to maneuver with this 14 sq. ft. Arena gaming desk. The stable metal frame holds up to bumps and jostles, while the machine-washable microfiber mouse pad covers the entire surface to support a wide range for mouse use. This Arena gaming desk is height adjustable for comfort.
Enjoy reliable durability
Metal legs offer sturdy support and microfiber top provides a solid surface.
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 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.
Great gaming desk , as long as all the proper screws are tightened there’s no wobble at all, you’d think putting a desk together would be easy as I’ve installed way way more difficult items , the instructions need to be more translucent as to the edge placement up/down, etc, as the pictures and writing do no justice and I also recommend to not tighten any of the screws until all underneath is together and positioned then tightened, details that would make a new purchasers life a lot easier for set up - over all it’s a nice large desk
I was surprised that Best Buy had such a good offer on this table. The instructions indicated that at a certain point 2 people were needed In the assembly process, but I was able to do it alone. However, take your time and double check. All the parts were there but twice I ended up having to re-check for either washers (accidentally put 2 on one screw) and to redo a connection between metal pieces to switch to the proper connection orientation for the next steps. Basically, just take your time, read the instructions first, and you should be should be completely satisfied. Delivery was fast (and free).
This desk is amazing, it is truly what I would define as a gaming desk. It looks really good, the mouse pad was a fantastic addition. The holes for cable routing are perfectly placed, everything to me was perfect. Except a few little things. The desk has a severe wobble, I mean its bad. Its not actually from the upper part of the desk, nor what the legs sit on. But its the part that connects between the legs and the floor piece. I used lock tight when building it, but no matter how tight it still wobbles from that area. Although putting it up against a wall almost fixed it fully. Also one last thing, although this shouldn't be the case for most. One of the holes for the screws wasn't actually created (it was just wood with no groves), so I couldn't fully assemble the net for cable management. I had to do something to make it stay up.
Outside of those last few complaints, this desk was truly an amazing purchase. I didn't have that bad of a desk before, but this was one heck of an upgrade!
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.
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 like the desk shape the size and the height adjustment. The desk itself is a metal frame the boards are like a particleboard with the plastic overlay. And on top is a very very big mouse pad. I like the cut outs for the desk it’s good for cable management. I like the cable management netting under the desk,but its a bit small. Overall it’s good but the quality is crap. Two or three of the boards for the desk came with chipped corners. When putting the frame together the leg part that goes to the foot piece was a challenge. I had to use a mallet to straighten the plate inside the leg to be able to attach the foot. Otherwise the desk is decently sturdy and the mouse pad is fairly nice