Rated 3 out of 5 by 3reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by SpicyViking Perfect for Hiding the Clutter (of work) I was looking for a way to still work and yet have the ability to store things out of sight when guests would enter my office.Even though I have another large desk right next to me, this computer armoire is perfect for stashing my laptop (and its stand, which I recommend for laptop users), my wireless keyboard/mouse combo, the phone, my computer speakers, my laptop bag (under the printer area)--etc..Again, my sole purpose was to not only create another workstation (away from the main desk), but to hide all my work activities by closing up the doors before a clients enters. I use the armoire to reduce clutter on my primary desk, which makes the room feel cleaner and more organized as a first impression.The armoire was fairly easy to build. Thankfully, all the screw holes lined up perfectly. The only damage out of the box was a small ding, but fortunately it was on an inside panel that nobody (except me) will ever see. However, it doesn't affect the functionality at all, so I'm able to look past this flaw. Over all, everything was in great condition out of the box.Using a laptop rather than a desktop, there's additional space at your feet (including space for your feet--or foot, rather) for stretching out. I can imagine, however, that desktop equipment would prevent this. So be prepared for a tight fit otherwise.The cabinet was a little shorter than I hoped for, but the laptop stand makes up for it. Plus, I can keep books on the top (outer shelf), yet still keep them within reach, which helps. Also, books or plants on top help dress up the rather simple exterior. While, I wouldn't call it beautiful, it's a good enough looking "box."There are plenty of extension cable cut-outs for all the variety of electronics you'd expect to use. I'm fortunate enough to have a wireless copier in the next room that I can print on, so the armoire has extra space for my other storage needs.I would've like for more space between the keyboard shelf and the monitor shelf or a different (better) placement of the magnets that secure the door for closure. When I use the pop-up legs on my keyboard to angle my keyboard, the top hits the magnets positioned just below the monitor shelf when I try to push in the keyboard shelf.Therefore, I'm constantly adjusting my keyboard angle every time I open and close the armoire for use. However, it's a small price to pay for a cabinet that's already loaded with value.I still can't believe this cabinet sells for less than $150 when so many similar looking ones sell for $200+. 01/29/2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by luv3 Sturdy and small I did not like it. There is no leg room. I am going to use it as a cabinet in my kitchen. I ordered it and waited about three months to assemble it so now I can not return it. 04/05/2013