When looking for practical accessories for the computer, you can quickly lose yourself in expensive offers. For example, if you want to be able to roll a Mac Pro around, then Apple offers you the right wheels for the computer housing - for 849 euros. When I was looking for a rollable PC stand, I found a much cheaper offer: A very simply designed, but also quick to assemble computer trolley that not only comes with castors with brakes, but also enough space on the underside to move the to ventilate the computer. Perfect for my gaming PC! So I tested the offer for 18,99 euros.
Hmseng PC stand with wheels for tower cases, gaming PCs and more
Hmseng is not a name you need to know. Even when it comes to computer accessories, you don't necessarily have to remember the name. Because the manufacturer also offers bookends, crampons and bicycle brakes; a highly diversified range of products. Anyway, I've been looking for a cheap way to elevate my gaming PC so it doesn't pick up too much dust, Found this listing on Amazon. The Hmseng PC stand with casters looks unassuming, and it is. But he does what he's supposed to.
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Basic Computer Cart: Size-adjustable frame and casters with brakes
The computer accessory arrives in a nondescript package, it's just a cardboard box. But that doesn't matter, because the content counts. And this consists of four metal struts, four plastic stands and four wheels that can be attached to the same. A tape measure is included to measure the computer base and the required size of the computer stand. So you don't have to lift the computer up and down several times.
No tools are required for assembly. Simply connect two opposite corners with the metal tubes, then connect the respective pairs with the other two struts and then push the rollers in. The size of the base can be easily adjusted by dragging and sliding the corners on the metal tubes. My computer fits perfectly on the smallest setting, i.e. when all the tubes are inserted into the corner elements as far as they will go. The corner elements have appropriate levers for clamping the metal struts.
Once everything is assembled and the corner elements are clamped to the metal struts, the whole thing can be turned around. Now just place the computer on the small trolley, roll everything to the desired place and press down the brakes on the wheels. So the computer is firmly and securely in place. If it needs to be transported to another workplace or taken away for cleaning, all you have to do is release the brakes and roll it away. Simple, practical and cheap. What more do you want?
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