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The South Shore Axess Computer Desk is an ideal desk for your daily work routine. The desk is skillfully designed and is perfect for your desktop computer. It features a contemporary style that blends with most room settings.
The Axess Computer Desk by South Shore is constructed from manufactured wood that ensures high durability. The computer desk is available in multiple finishes that look classic and blends with most room decors. The table has two open spaces divided by an adjustable shelf that can be removed to keep a CPU. The desk also has a drawer that provides with a closed storage space for essential stationary items. The computer desk has a compact design so as to fit anywhere in the room. The table also features keyboard and mouse shelf that holds them comfortably. The cutout hole in the back panel provides with better wire management.
The computer desk is non-toxic that makes it safe to use in homes with children and pets. It is ISTA 3A certified, which ensures optimum safety for the product during transit. It is FSC certified, which ensures that the materials were sourced from sustainable forests and that no woodworkers were exploited in the making of this product.
- Metal handles in a Pewter finish
- Neutral finish which adapts perfectly to any type of decor
- Features 2 open storage spaces divided by 1 adjustable shelf
- Cut out hole in the back panel which allows for easy wire management
- Features 1 practical drawer
- Engineered wood construction
- Metal slides on the keyboard tray for smooth gliding
- Unfinished back, recommended to be placed against wall
- The desk can be assembled without the hutch, although holes will show where the hutch attaches to the top panel
- Keyboard tray fully extends out
- Manufacturer provides five year warranty
- Top Material: Manufactured Wood
- Base Material: Manufactured Wood
- Pieces Included: Desk and Hutch
- Product Warranty: 5 years
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