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On Stage WS7500 Series Wood Workstation, Black
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- Perfect for the home studio
- Ergonomic Z-frame constructed from steel
- Laminate surfaces
- Slide-out keyboard tray
- Steel Tubing: 1" x 1"; 1" x 2" on horizontal floor legs
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WS7500 series Workstations are perfect for the home studio! These workstations are ergonomically designed for maximum comfort and work efficiency. The rectangular steel tube frame is sturdy enough to support all of your computer/keyboard gear, while the compact Z-frame and slide-out keyboard tray keep your set-up clean and sleek.
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The only problem that I encountered was I guess the handling of the desk. One of the corners seemed a little dented (lending credit to the complaint about it not being real wood) but it wasn't bad enough that I couldn't just flip it another way and be fine with it. So in a nutshell, I'm pleased with it so far. My last desk lasted me about 6-7 years pretty much, with moving every couple years which isn't that bad. We'll see how this one holds up over time. Set up was fairly easy, I don't know what everyone was complaining about. But you know what? In the end, you get what you pay for... I chose a cheap desk but for the money you pay, I think its a great product. I'm glad someone thought about the DIY home musicians/artists out there that don't have the bucks or time to build or rent out a big budget studio. I obviously stand behind my decision to get this product and am actually thinking of purchasing some of the accessories to extend the workspace of the desk. My turntables could use some of that space too. I'm definitely ready to get things started again. Been far too long...
3 MONTH UPDATE!!!
The main desk and the keyboard tray are waaay too close together. The plastic "sticker" that makes the desk black has a seam right on the bottom front edge of the desk and since they are so close together my hands are scraping the bottom right at the seam peeling back the sticker more and more and removing skin from my knuckles.
As I said, I'm fairly tall and with the the height of the desk my legs will also sometimes hit the bottom of the keyboard tray even with my computer chair at the bottom height setting.
Last thing is the keyboard tray isn't quite wide enough for both my keyboard and mouse. I have a bit of a wise keyboard with media buttons on the side so if you have a really basic keyboard you shouldn't have a problem but for a gaming keyboard I've had to put the right side about an inch overlapping my mousepad.
I followed the instructions as best I could, but they were lacking. They said to assemble the keyboard portion first, then flip it upside-down and attach it to the bottom of the larger surface. That was incredibly awkward to do. I could barely get my hands to where the allen screws were.
The keyboard slide tray assembly went well - no issues. Although it doesn't feel as rugged as my old keyboard tray. I try not to push on it too hard.
In case you don't want to use the included tools, you'll need a 4mm allen wrench and a 10mm wrench for the lock nuts - just an F.Y.I.
But now that's it's all together it's really nice. It's surprisingly sturdy. It's also very roomy. My previous computer desk was tiny, and even though this is only slightly larger, I can fit almost twice as much stuff. I do really like it. I wanted something that leaned more towards music production and this is a good fit.
Do. Not. Buy. This Desk.