Furnish your gamer pad with this 44.9-inch Arozzi Arena Leggero gaming desk. Its removable microfiber mouse pad surface is water-resistant and lets you track freely, and the sturdy steel legs with balance adjustment knobs provide stable support. The cable management system of this flexible Arozzi Arena Leggero gaming desk provides attachment points for monitors.
The desk itself probably fine for what it is, or at least it would be if the quality of the pieces were better (more on that below). It's quite over priced since it's basically just a wide flat top table with a steel frame standing on two legs. You can probably get something similar for around the price I paid for the open box version.
The assembly process is pretty straight forward, but the instructions were kind vague and I ended up installing a part backwards, so I had to undo a bunch of stuff to take it off and reset it to the correct orientation. The screw threads in the desktop surface didn't cleanly lineup with the screw holes on the legs, which made it so that one of the screws went in crooked, causing the thread to rip out of the desktop leaving part of the desk unsupported.
I bought the desk open box. It included all of the parts for assembly and was easy enough to put together. However, the legs that came with the desk are extremely offset from the correct orientation that they should have. The left leg is about 10 degrees off from where it should be, while the other is nearly 45 degrees off from where it should be. It's pretty obvious why the previous owner returned this and it's questionable whether bestbuy even looked at it before reselling it to me, and I have no idea how it made it through Arozzi's QA, if they even have QA.
Overall usable, but pretty shoddy, especially considering the astronomical asking price. I got it for a decent price open box, but the faulty parts made me regret the purchase. I'll continue using it for now since I don't really have any other options at the moment, but will definitely be replacing it with something less awful as soon as I can.
This is a solid desk for multiple uses. Whether a gamer, video editor, or working from home this desk's features deliver. The mouse pad cover, pre-cut holes for monitor arms, and cable management features serve everyone well. The desk has nice depth for options in positioning peripherals and can easily accommodate a large monitor.
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Ease of Use
5 out of 5
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
i gave this table 4 star because this table is not lengthy enough.one pc and one monitir took the whole place.table it self is nice, easy to assemble.