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- Organized Cable Management. When you have a lot of devices that you are working with, it can be hard to prevent the desk area from becoming a mess of tangled cords. Luckily, the Eureka Ergonomic L60 Black Gaming Computer Table makes this much easier with its integrated cable management system that allows you to neatly organize multiple cables at once.
Make the Power Strip Accessible. Instead of having the power strip shoved on the ground behind the desk where it is hard to reach, this product puts the power strip on a holder right underneath the desk. This allows you to easily access it whenever you need to without crawling under the desk and getting a spider web on your face.
Lots of Space. When you play games, you need plenty of space. The L60 boasts a sleek and smooth 60 inch carbon fiber textured L-Shaped desktop with plenty of gaming surface for your gaming monitors, gaming consoles, gaming keyboard, and any other gaming gear.
✓ Maximum Weight: 300 lbs
✓ Large gaming mouse pad
✓ Carbon fiber textured surface
✓ Integrated cable management system
✓ Large 62-inch by 30-inch by 24.09-inch work surface
✓ Ability to fit three monitors
- 62.00" W × 30.00" H × 43.31" L
- 2 Year Limited Warranty
The desk came incredibly quickly and was handled with obvious care. In terms of a product, it continues to be very sturdy, and the multiple places to organize wiring proved to be much more helpful than I originally expected. With regards to the desk as an item, it has delivered on every front.
The only "issue" arose in assembly. Unlike other Ergo and Eureka desks, this particular model did not have any assembly guides easily accessed online. Normally this wouldn't be an issue, but around halfway through the assembly procedure there was a step that continues to confuse me. Two small metal bars must be placed inside the greater metal bars to initiate support between the two sides of the desk: however, instead of these smaller bars being secured with screws threaded through treads, the instruction pamphlet directs you to screw flat screws directly through the greater bars and into the smaller connecting bars at a 90 degree angle. Obviously the desk is held sturdy by much more than this specific area, but it still confuses me to no end. My desk permanently has 8 screws sticking half-out in the center of the desk's underside, and presumably this is the intended design. No other screws were provided, no treads to lower the screws into a more sturdy hold on the smaller bars were made, and no instruction outside of "screw into metal" were provided. This doesn't really take away from the function of the desk, aside from maybe making a risk of slamming your knee against exposed screws if you're freakishly tall, but it was an incredibly confusing step in the instructions and had me scouring the internet to no avail for hours, because it seemed so nonsensical I thought I must have been doing it wrong.
Also, if you plan to use this desk without the giant mousepad, be forewarned: the mousepad exists mostly to cover up the join between the left and right sections of the desk, and looks pretty jarring without being covered up.
Bought this desk for my boyfriend and he absolutely loves it. Said it was super easy to assemble and he was super excited that it came with a screw driver
I would definitely recommend this gaming table. Looks great with the carbon fiber finish and built to last!
Good desk, heavy duty, well built.
I bought this desk after seeing it on Amazon. I couldn't buy from Amazon as it had disappeared but I knew I wanted this desk. It has sooo much space! The extra-large mouse pad is a must! ...