Allsop Metal Art CPU Caddy, Adjustable Width Mobile Computer Stand with 4 Caster Wheels – Pewter (27761)

October 25, 2017 - Comment

The Metal Art CPU Caddy uses modern design and innovation to help your computer fit into your life. Featuring all metal construction with a powder-coat finish, it puts your computer up on wheels so you can move it without any lifting. The powder-coat pewter finish complements office furniture and electronics. The CPU Caddy provides easy

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The Metal Art CPU Caddy uses modern design and innovation to help your computer fit into your life. Featuring all metal construction with a powder-coat finish, it puts your computer up on wheels so you can move it without any lifting. The powder-coat pewter finish complements office furniture and electronics. The CPU Caddy provides easy access to your computer, especially when it’s necessary to plug or unplug accessories from the back of the case. Simplify your life with this cost-effective computer solution.

Product Features

  • Adjustable computer stand is designed to support and elevate most desktop / tower style computers.
  • Includes 4 caster wheels, rolls for easier access to back of the computer
  • Longer wheel base for extra stability, front casters lock in place
  • Width is easily adjustable from 5.0 inches to 9.5 inches to hold most computers, no tools needed
  • Made of powder coated steel with perforated hole pattern for passive airflow. Keeps your electronics cool

Comments

F. Homan says:

Good – Great with a couple modifications. I use this mostly to keep my computer off the floor. It is nice to be able to move the computer around to clean or check cables. This product seems quite well built and I am pleased with the purchase. I ended up stealing some felt from my wife’s sewing room (actually I asked for it – you don’t truly steal from a quilter’s sewing area and live to tell about it) to pad the bottom and provide a little extra grip. I also ended up putting a mini-bungy cord over the top of the computer to keep it…

S. Hagerty says:

Rock Solid Poor quality parts and it’s not designed very well. The threads on several screws are off, making them difficult if not impossible to use. The cheap plastic castors are undersized and don’t move smoothly and keeps rotating so its hard to roll in a straight path, over carpet, or when carrying a larger, heavier CPU. The wingnuts that hold the casters in place protrude up into the same area where the CPU goes, and while this may not be a problem for a small case, the flanges of the wingnuts will…

Anonymous says:

It took me quite a while to go through all of the stands listed here. I finally picked this one because it was metal, which meant it wasn’t going to be flimsy; it was fully adjustable so it would fit my case snuggly enough to have a good grip; and it looked like it was wide enough to not be tippy. There are many comments for this stand that talked about the wingnuts not threading on easily. The problem is that the manufacturer paints the parts with the bolts in place, and the paint gets on…

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