I work from home due to some back problems and recently acquired a comfortable chaise that allows me to sit for long periods of time without irritating my injury. I could work with my laptop on my lap, but I prefer not to. I decided to try this, and I'm fairly happy with it. It was somewhat easy to assemble, with the exception of the final step in which you attach the handle that adjusts the angle of the table top. Since there are no words in the manual to describe the process, I had absolutely no idea what I was doing on the final step. However, I figured it out eventually. I use the table every day. It's a fairly comfortable height, and I don't get wrist fatigue from using the laptop. I don't use a mouse, but it's got enough room on the side (I have a 15.4" laptop) to be able to use a mouse if I wanted. I'm surprised by how solid it feels for me. It adjusts up and down fairly easily so that I can have the top at a comfortable height to work with. The top tilts easily. I would easily recommend this to anyone. It's not the absolute highest quality that you can get, but for its price, it's a surprisingly good table.
- How did the color on site compare with the actual product? As expected
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. Definitely doesn't look expensive, but surprisingly sturdy
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? Very accurate