|Brand Name||DX Racer|
|Item model number||GD/1000/NE|
|Item Weight||70 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||31.5 x 31.5 x 47.3 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||31.5 x 31.5 x 47.3 inches|
DXRacer DGD/1000/NE Newedge Edition gaming desktop office desk computer desks pc desk gaming table Ergonomic Comfortable Desk (Black/Green)
|Price:||$399.00 & FREE Shipping|
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- Double Triangle Design, Strong and Durable
- High Quality ABS+Wooden Desk Board+Steel Rod Frame
- 10 Degree Slope
- Massive Wire Management
- 360 Degree Rotatable, Easy to Move
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|Item Dimensions||31.5 x 31.5 x 47.3 in||30 x 47.01 x 24.02 in||39.38 x 23.56 x 29.88 in||29 x 54 x 4 in|
|Material Type||Wooden, Steel, Plastic||Woodglass||GlassMetal||other|
Color: Black and Green
Material: High quality ABS+Wooden desk board+Steel rod frame
Desk size: 47.30"(l)×31.50"(w)×31.50"(h)
Package size: 47.30"(l)×31.50"(w) × 14.57"(h)
Angle of attack
10 degree slope provides optimal ergonomic angle to rest your forearm.
Exrended work surface
Provides extra support for the foream when mousing or writing.
Double triangle design.Triangles are the strongest structure possible.
Massive wire management
Large opening ×4 to handle all the wires and cables you can throw at it.
The DXRACER difference
Large, 360 degree rotatable, Trapezoid feet provide a large surface for a stable base of support that is easy to move and dose not damage your floor. Raised perimeter
Keeps your stuff where it belongs...on your desk.
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So it is in a huge box with as much foam and cardboard as the table itself. Mine came perfectly protected even though the outer box was a bit distressed and had taken a bit of a journey to get here.
All in all the directions are almost useless. I would recommend watching a video to help in a couple of spots. Just loosen the big plastic tabs on the back they are bolted from the inside and then turn the plastic tabs up and then you can attach the back plastic piece. This step is really poorly written so hopefully this will help others.
All the other directions seemed to work although I had to stare at things for a while before I understood how. Once I got it, the table was pretty easy for me to put together by myself with a sore back.
The desk is not large but about four feet wide by about 3 and half feet or so deep. You really can't put a lot on it but wire management is really nice. I have two usb ott light desk lamps, my laptop and my cell all wired up and discrete. I have plenty of options for more like speakers, larger external monitor, etc.
Desk is very well built. There is a lip on the front like an arm rest. It takes a little to get used to but does seem to help with typing strain. The black plastic pieces look nice and all match. The black wood desktop is heavy and has a very nice textured appearance like real wood. Seems strong. Some have complained that it is particle board and as long as the finish is tough and lasts long and looks good with a metal frame the wood material really makes no difference. It could be plastic or metal for all I care. Looks nice and seems tough but only time will tell. There was no damage to mine on any of the parts that I can tell. The desk is tall and has plenty of clearance for my DXracer chair. They look really great together as well.
Is the desk worth the price? I think it is. It is really well designed and the materials used do not look or feel cheap in any way. It feels really solid which is nice. Personally this is the most I have spent on a desk but when I did the research there were not a lot of choices. I go to school online and will also be consoling people as part of my job so I need to have a nice and organized office that looks good for clients as well as is functional for myself. Wire management is a big issue now a days and most modern desks just don't do a good job with it. Also the angle of the desk and wrist support are very nice and not found in any other desk.
In conclusion, I am initially very happy with my DXracer desk. It is well built, easy to assemble, although the instructions could be better, and has a lot of well thought out features and design. It feels like it will last for a long time. None of the issues others have reported did I have, i.e. hard to stretch or almost impossible to install back panel with cloth or damage to the desktop and all part lined up and screwed in perfectly. Some had to be pushed in place but not too bad. If you are in the market for a simple, solid, and well thought out desk then this is the one for you!!
The portion where your wrist rests is great for gamers who lean forward while playing, but not so much for those who lean back as you'll be moving your mouse over the curve/bump between the flat desktop and angled wrist piece.
I wish DXracer would release an special mouse pad for this desk that is thin in the front and then gets slightly thicker toward the back. This would resolve the issue with the bump and prevent gamers from losing mouse traction when moving their mice down too far.
The specifications list a depth of 31.5", but the usable surface depth is only 21". I got quite upset when I discovered this while building it. I bought this desk to replace a desk with a usable depth 23.5" because the stands on the new Acer X34 series ultrawide gaming monitors sticks out into the area where a right or left handed mouse pad would go. Because of this depth I only have 8.5" of vertical area of move the mouse, and the mouse is 5.5" long. So, basically unusable for me without moving the monitor to the left and turning my head about 5º left.
Also the right and left plastic pieces which cover the length of the side cannot be removed without breaking off hooks which keep them in place. Fortunately it appears (I didn't test) the desk can be moved through a standard doorway due to it's Z-shape, and the two pieces seem to not affect structural integrity.