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TechniMobili® Adjustable Laptop Desk, Espresso

TechniMobili® Adjustable Laptop Desk, Espresso
alaScore 76

27 reviews

Jul, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 27 reviews of TechniMobili® Adjustable Laptop Desk, Espresso. The average rating for this product is 3.7/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Projectors for all reviews. Reviews about the size and usability are overall positive. The price and design also get good comments.

design, price, usability, size

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Projectors the TechniMobili® Adjustable Laptop Desk, Espresso is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 76/100 = Good quality.

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OK for a tall person


Basically, It doesn't go down far enough for a shor person and it is sloppy enough that without drilling and running a bolt thru it, it id not feel ssufficiently stable to use a large laptop such as a HP HDX 18

Attractive Design,Easy to Assemble\/Wire,Holds All Components,Smooth Edges


Dec, 2010

Consumer review (

Fine quality for the price.



Attractive Design,Easy to Assemble\/Wire,Holds All Components,Smooth Edges,Sturdy,Supports Weight,Well Designed

Nov, 2010

Consumer review (

Wobbly but ok


Ok as temporary work area but not for long haul as it is a little wobbly. Came with crooked base and had to have the manufacturer send a new one. Came quickly and it is better now but still a little wobbly but not bad.

Easy to Assemble\/Wire,Smooth Edges


Sep, 2010

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Works well for what it is.


Works well for convenient use of laptop or doing light paperwork while in bed or you favorite chair (if if has open space underneath it). It would be nice if it were wider and more heavy-duty, but it is a great product for the price.

Attractive Design,Easy to Assemble\/Wire,Smooth Edges

Insufficient Capacity

Aug, 2010

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No Comments


No Comments

Attractive Design,Easy to Assemble\/Wire,Smooth Edges,Supports Weight,Well Designed


Jun, 2010

Consumer review (

Useful Computer Table


Rather unwieldly to assemble (especially, the screws for the table didn't go all the way in) but other than that we like it. Description did not indicate it was reversible for left-handed people but it turns out it is (the smaller mouse tray easily can...

Attractive Design,Holds All Components,Smooth Edges,Sturdy,Supports Weight,Well Designed

Rather hard to assemble

Apr, 2010

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Exactly what I was looking for


I found laptop carts lots of places, and less expensive, but none of them were breakfast bar height. I wanted one to roll up to our breakfast bar so the laptop didn't have to sit on the bar all the time. This one works great.

Attractive Design,Smooth Edges,Sturdy,Supports Weight,Well Designed

Dec, 2009

Consumer review (

Very functional


I use this product in my office. It is a great balance to sitting at a desk. I wish the table top were larger to support documents when working on them. I am very satisifed.

Attractive Design,Easy to Assemble\/Wire,Holds All Components,Smooth Edges,Supports Weight

Oct, 2009

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Kinda Wobbly


Yes it's easy to assemble but it's not very sturdy. I'm using it to support my keyboard to make a 'standing desk', and while I don't fear for the keyboard's safety, the amount of wobble in response to my typing is very distracting.

Attractive Design,Easy To Assemble,Easy To Move

Jul, 2009

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First of all the covering on the small panel and the large panel was bubbled up. I did not notice this until the cart was almost together because it has to be built almost upside down.[...]The other thing wrong with it is the legs are all uneven. The...

Flimsy Construction

Jun, 2009