|Desk Type: Computer Desk||Number of Exterior Shelves: 3|
|Number of Casters: 4||Assembly Required: Yes|
|Product Warranty: 1 Year||Locking Brakes: Yes|
|Tools Needed: Allen wrench; Screwdriver||Additional Parts Required: No|
|Base Material: Metal||Hardware Material: Stainless Steel|
|Style: Contemporary||Design: Standard Desk|
|Cable Management: No||Keyboard Tray: Yes|
|Height Adjustable: No||Drawers Included: No|
|Exterior Shelving: Yes||Cabinets Included: No|
|Ergonomic Design: No||Handedness: Both Left and Right|
|Chair Included: No||Legs Included: No|
|Casters Included: Yes||Hutch Included: No|
|Treadmill Included: No||Cork Back Panel: No|
|CPU Storage: Yes||Built In Outlet: No|
|Built In Surge Protector: No||Modular: No|
|Lifestage: Teen; Adult||Application: Home Office; Professional|
|Product Care: Wipe clean with a dry cloth||Country of Manufacture: China|
Questions & Answers
“Hi, does this cart have a pull out shelf for a keyboard?” asked by Gary
“Hello, I'd like to know if the very top partial shelf can be left out?” asked by Matt
“Hi, how high is the keyboard tray of this cart?” asked by Carline
“Hi, how high is the keyboard tray on this cart?” asked by Yaeko
“Hi, what are the dimensions of all the shelves?” asked by Chris
Hazelwood Home AMT- 710 Computer Cart
Evelyn from tampa– Verified Buyer
this desk fell apart 6 months after buying wheel all felloff . drawer for keyboard fell off . sad
burton from hollis, NY– Verified Buyer
its very good and nice to used acembly was very easy
Desk is well built except for wheels
David Walker from Atlanta, GA
I gave this desk 3 stars because the wheels broke after 2 weeks, so I went to the hardware store and bought some that would last.
Ricardo from Gloucester City, NJ– Verified Buyer
This cart suits me fine.So far its demonstrating it purpose Assembly was very easy.Thought it'd be wider but I guess it'll have to do.
Has everything that you need
Pat from Arizona– Verified Buyer
It has everything that you need. I already had one of these computer carts and this is my second one.
Bart Sherman from Allentown, New Jersey
You need to be an engineer to assemble this unit. The average person will spend numerous hours trying to decipher these instructions. What was Home Source Industries thinking when they enclosed the information to set up this Computer Cart It is all pictures that illustrate putting this cart together. You need to be mechanically inclined. If you do not know how to use a hammer, screwdriver & nails, you are in for one big surprise. From the keyboard to the coasters, you have to make you own perforated holes. The manufacturer does not do this for you. The unit only measures 31.5 width, not 32.28. The picture is an illusion. When put together, it is much smaller & was not meant to be for a printer or any other peripherals. Yes, it is a good looking computer cart, but in the long run it will not last. I suggest you buy a piece of furniture that you will be happy with. You pay for what you get!!!
Bbette from Las Vegas, NV– Verified Buyer
It is difficult to assemble. The iInstructions are only pictures and there are a zillion different size screws, The factory should have al least preassembled some of it. In fact it is still not put together. I am waiting for help. I am anxious to get it done, as I have wanted a computer cart with wheels.
Gary Allen Mary E. Messer from pueblo, CO– Verified Buyer
for the the price good product. I would recommend. Easy to move around. I use it because I work at home.
Good for the Price
Mike Cross from Alamance, NC– Verified Buyer– Top 10 Reviewer
Overall good for the price. There were a few dings with a few pieces of wood, but not noticeable once set up. Assembly instructions were okay. Sturdy.
Sturdy little desk
Marilyn G. from Grand Rapids, MI– Verified Buyer
This desk is a little smaller than I expected, but a good size for a bedroom or small office. It's also quite sturdy, and makes good use of space.