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Walker Edison Soreno 3-Piece Corner Desk : Great Desk for Gamers – Black gets dirty QUICK

Easy to modify to suit your needs. It was very easy to put together and seems to be quite sturdy. As you can see with my pictures, if you have limited space, it can still work as a ‘l’ desk. The two long pieces are completely separate and can be put together in 10 minutes each. You can simply put together the two long pieces in the area without the connecting corner piece. The keyboard tray was too small for me, as it might be for others, so i decided to use the keyboard tray parts and make it into a monitor stand. You can use the frame of the keyboard tray and simply drill 4 holes into the corners and screw little legs on through those holes. If you want a great looking desk and easy to use and modify to suit your needs, this is the desk for that.

First off id like to say that the glass is very solid and i never feel like its going to break even if i pound on it which is very comforting. The only thing that i can find to complain about is the top collects dust easily. I sit at this desk everyday and there always dust. The way i combat this using a large mouse pad, it reduces the space that dust can get on. For cable management i have found that using a surge protector zip tied to the bottom does the trick. (picture available) the desk is very sturdy and doesn’t wobble even slightly;unless you are moving it while its still put together. I don’t recommend it but if you decide to do it anyway get help from a friend. The desk also very easy to put together and the instructions are very clear and simple to follow.

Walker Edison Soreno 3-Piece Corner Desk, Black with Black Glass

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  • Polished and beveled, tempered safety glass
  • Sturdy steel frame with powder coat finish
  • Includes sliding keyboard trey and CPU stand
  • Measures 51″ W x 20″ D x 29 ” H (51″ overall depth)
  • Ships ready to build with step-by-step instructions

–this desk is very sturdy once assembled and can easily hold two lcd monitors. I have the black desk with triangle (not x-shaped) supports. I’ve been using it for work for nearly a year. –this desk is very sturdy once assembled and can easily hold two lcd monitors plus laptop and keyboard. I use the keyboard tray for my laptop docking station. –versatile assembly; i opted to drop the corner piece to accommodate a duct in my wall. –very easy to assemble for one person, with clear instructions. –surface definitely smudges, but really easy to clean (windex and done). Each side isn’t so wide that you could spread out tons of work, but not so narrow that you can’t get your knees in or anything.

This desk really matches my drawing table, i went looking for an affordable desk at my local stores (office depot, office max, furniture outlets, ect. ) because i wanted the desk asap and didn’t want to wait for shipping. However, they were too big and too pricey. I think this desk was a good find. My husband put it together for me while i was at work. He had some difficulty putting it together and was frustrated with the instructions. But i came home to a beautiful desk. Small but fits perfectly for what i was looking for. It arrived sooner than the estimated delivery.

Great desk, terrible directions. Great little desk for under $100. The only thing stopping me from leaving a 5 star was the instructions-they were not good. I had to remove and reinstall multiple pieces from putting them on upside down or backwards (some was user error but the directions were pretty rough). The pictures were not very clear and you don’t realize til the end what is upside down. The keyboard tray was the worst part, very little instruction. It took me about an hour and a half to assemble, would have been considerably less if i hadn’t put so may pieces on wrong. Once finished however, i am very pleased with how sturdy the desk is and it looks good.

Walker Edison Soreno 3-Piece Corner Desk, Black with Black Glass : This desk really matches my drawing table, i went looking for an affordable desk at my local stores (office depot, office max, furniture outlets, ect. ) because i wanted the desk asap and didn’t want to wait for shipping. However, they were too big and too pricey. I think this desk was a good find. My husband put it together for me while i was at work. He had some difficulty putting it together and was frustrated with the instructions. But i came home to a beautiful desk. Small but fits perfectly for what i was looking for. It arrived sooner than the estimated delivery.

Very stylish, sturdy desk with a lot of desktop real estate. Best in class for the price. . This is a great desk, and definitely the best glass one you’ll get for 100 dollars. It’s stylish, study, and gives up a surprising amount of desktop real estate for its size. I was on the fence about buying this one for a while, as the last 100 dollar corner desk i purchased was on the ropes, having fallen apart after moving it. I’m glad i did end up deciding to trust the other reviews and get it because it’s been great for the last two months that i’ve been using it. Putting it together wasn’t as bad as i was expecting it to be, and took about an hour or so total (i was taking my time and enjoying a couple of beers while i was being ‘productive’ on the weekend 😉 ). The instructions are probably the best i’ve seen for a piece of put-it-together-yourself furniture, and the only hiccup i had was orienting the keyboard tray sliders in the proper direction. It’s kind of hard to tell from the picture they show you, but it’s easy enough to figure out if you trust your gut. However, i’d recommend not even bothering with the keyboard tray anyway – i find it much too low to really use and my legs always hit against it when i’m swiveling around.

This piece was super easy to assemble. Instructions are clear (have gloves handy- when you assemble the keyboard tray, things get a little sticky) and i was even surprised to find that it not only had all the small pieces but all of the small pieces came with one or two extras in case. I wish more companies did that. Would be nice if the instructions would have an alternate set in case you want to install the part with the keyboard tray on the other side- i kinda had to make it up as i went along. Still the same desk, still just as sturdy, i just have my keyboard on the other side (due to the way my room is configured). Wasn’t too hard to figure out but i did have to go back and re-do something at least once and i was constantly second-guessing myself. I look forward to fully utilizing this desk soon.

How many people have purchased a particle board nightmare, full of weird screws and hooks and can never be reassembled?. Mine was like a frankenstein monster after two moves. When i saw this metal and glass computer desk, i thought there must be something wrong with it – especially at a price lower than particle board. There is definitely not a problem with taking it apart and reassembling it if i had to, as it is put together with only long screws. Even if i did want to reassemble it, this would be a partial reassemble, as the piece really is just three major parts and three pieces of glass. It took me about 90 minutes to put it together, because i read the great, easy to understand pictorial and verbal instructions. The hard part was another two hours of putting my computer, printer, back-up drives, modems, speakers, phone tower, usb ports and other stuff with all the attached and wound up wires. The look is a lot sleeker in person than on this page and the black glass would look good anywhere. It is very sturdy, the glass is beveled and tempered, and the steel frame is powder coated black (that means you cannot scratch the paint off with a knife). I must redo the slide out keyboard tray as it does not slide easily unless i hold the entire frame and tug it. It should slide in and out easily.

Looked for a looong time before i decided to purchase this desk. Setup: took me an hour or so due to putting things on backwards a couple times (doh). Instructions straightforward, unlike my brain. Durability: frame feels sturdy and glass is tempered. Pretty confident about accidental bumps and knocking things over on it. Height: perfect for a 6’0′ guy like myself; plenty of knee room.

Great desk for gamers – black gets dirty quick. This is a great desk for 100 bucks. I have 2 24′ monitors on this thing with a small fan, tenkeyless keyboard and a qck heavy mousepad. Pros: large and sectional makes it easy to fit into many rooms. Enough room for 3 24′ monitors (this is something i worried about before purchase). Easy to assemble (about 45 min with two people). Cons: if you have a cat that likes to go on your desk – you will notice every hair follicle or piece of litter on the thing.

I really like the desk once it got assembled. I really like the desk once it got assembled. The assembly wasn’t too hard i am a physically disabled man and i put it together by myself the instructions were very easy but actually putting it together was a little laboring for me. I included a picture of my desk pay attention to the ends of the desk it couldn’t have been a more perfect fit. Both ends of the desk actually was the very length of the doorjamb at one end the and window jamb at the other end.

This desk is very nice and easy to set up. Installation took about an hour or less. The computer tower stand doesn’t actually attach to anything, so you can move it around. You can comfortably fit a 32′ tv/monitor on the left or right portion of this desk. My only complaint is that one of the glass tops has a scratch on it. If anyone else has the problem of the glass not fitting into the frame, my issue was i tightened the corner frame too much. Just loosen those screws and itll fit right in. The desk comes with 1 extra hardware each.

It’s a cheap portable l desk, good for people on the move. I finally snapped a bolt on it after moving and reassembling it a dozen times or more. It’s a great desk, the glass never cracked, chipped, broke, or otherwise failed. I didn’t use the ‘cpu stand’ it’s honestly a piece of junk and i keep my pcs on my desk because they are too expensive for me to throw on the floor. I’m picking up a new one soon after i move to my next place.

Great desk but could be better. This is a very nice 3 piece corner desk for the price. I had purchased the black and black glass model and it looks great. It has tons of space and is at a comfortable height. But there are a couple of things i wish could’ve been better. (a) the keyboard pullout is small and does not accommodate a mini keyboard and a mini mouse comfortably. You either have to leave the mouse on the desk if you want to move it around, which is annoying and which makes you keep even the keyboard on the desk, pretty much rendering the keyboard pullout useless. (b) the glass on the keyboard pullout doesn’t cover the entire frame, and it looks like a really odd design decision. I’ve uploaded a couple of images to illustrate these. The installation took me an hour, and i found that the keyboard pullout railings had more than the required amount of grease which sort of spread all over the place when installing them onto the main frame.

This desk was harder to bring upstairs than to build. The process is very straightforward – all you need in addition to what they provide is a screwdriver. Though the packing is great, unboxing this was very difficult. It goes to show that they want to ensure your desk comes spanking new though. There is a lot of styrofoam, so keep that in mind before you stick a box cutter into this. The instructions are very clear cut, but do read them carefully. I was in a giant rush to build this thing, so i skimmed it and in doing so, i missed some lines noting which way the bars should face, which is crucial. It took me awhile to redo it, but still, only an hour or two and i was done, and building furniture is my absolute nightmare.I am a clumsy girl who has a ton of makeup and tools on this desk, but there have been no scratches whatsoever.

I can take over the world now :). Now i must say this thing took me a good hour putting it together but being my first time ever putting a desk together i have to smile and say. . Score it looks so good in my home office/gaming room. 🙂 a must buy if you want to be able to do multiple things all at once.

If you do scratch the underside of the glass, however, then you will see it on the top as well. This is because the glass itself is transparent, but the underside is layered with black paint/paper. This makes it opaque (do not confuse this black table with the smoke variety). It currently supports over 100 lbs of monitors and massive vesa monitor stand (since july 2015). Cable management is a bit tricky, since this is a very ‘open’ design (see my photos). In its life, it has been disassembled, moved across the country, and reassembled. It also supported, at a time, a 25 pound ups and an equally heavy desktop on the left and right glass (in addition to the monitors).

Overall this is a very nice looking and okay feeling desk. Without the glass on the desk it is fairly light due to the material the desk is made from(guessing aluminum). Shipping:the desk arrived in the standard factory packaging which provides okay protection during shipment. If this box were to be punctured on the top there is a chance that the glass which is he top layer could be shattered. There were also some painted metal pieces that were scratched during shipment. Assembly:this desk took me about an hour, working alone, to put together. The instructions are as clear as you would expect there are some doubts (keyboard sliders and whether some parts are upside down). But overall very easy assembly. There is one factor that does worry me.

Easy to put together though the instructions could have been a bit clearer on certain parts especially the parts explaining which side is up for the corner piece and how to assemble the keyboard holder, those required me to disassemble/ reassemble multiple times to figure it out by trial and error. Seems sturdy and looks great in my room. Can’t really store anything under the desk though, due to the slanted angle of the supports.

How many people have purchased a particle board nightmare, full of weird screws and hooks and can never be reassembled?. Mine was like a frankenstein monster after two moves. When i saw this metal and glass computer desk, i thought there must be something wrong with it – especially at a price lower than particle board. There is definitely not a problem with taking it apart and reassembling it if i had to, as it is put together with only long screws. Even if i did want to reassemble it, this would be a partial reassemble, as the piece really is just three major parts and three pieces of glass. It took me about 90 minutes to put it together, because i read the great, easy to understand pictorial and verbal instructions. The hard part was another two hours of putting my computer, printer, back-up drives, modems, speakers, phone tower, usb ports and other stuff with all the attached and wound up wires. The look is a lot sleeker in person than on this page and the black glass would look good anywhere. It is very sturdy, the glass is beveled and tempered, and the steel frame is powder coated black (that means you cannot scratch the paint off with a knife). I must redo the slide out keyboard tray as it does not slide easily unless i hold the entire frame and tug it. It should slide in and out easily.

For the price, i had not expected anything mind-blowing. However, i was pleasantly surprised by the walker edison soreno 3-piece corner desk in black. It’s by far the best desk that i’ve ever had for a home office at this pricethe instructions are a bit difficult at times, particularly with figuring out what is the ‘top’ of a piece while assembling. That said, i can easily understand why there are no designated tops or bottoms, as you can assemble this to have the keyboard on both the left or right table. The metal pieces are remarkably solid and it included all the necessary hardware. The glass is beautiful and thick, so i doubt it will be breaking anytime soon. You are provided with tiny suction cups that fit into holes in the metal structure to secure the glass in place and prevent slippage. Even without anything on top of the desk, they seem to hold the glass in place well and i can only imagine having a weight of a monitor pressing down would only improve the grip. Without the glass, the frame is light and easy to move into whatever spot you desire after assembly.