|Colour||Plastic X Black|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||SY-ACC65029|
Mobile Desktop Tower Computer Floor Stand Rolling Caster Wheels and Adjustable Width from 6 to 10 Inches
|Price:||(S$1.18 / oz) + S$13.66 Delivery|
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- Adjustable Width from 6" to 10"
- Anti-skid Grip and Castors
- Maximum weight capacity of 66 lbs.
- Cpu stand for atx case plastic black color adjustable width.
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SYBA SY-ACC65029 CPU Stand with 5 Castors Wheel.Suitable for most vertical PC tower cases.When not in use can be folded into a storage friendly size.
- Color: Black
- Material: Plastic
- Dimensions: 17"(H) x 4"(W) x 4"(D)
- Adjustable width from 15 to 25.5 cm
- 4 locking wheel casters
- Anti-skid grip, adjustable width
- Suitable for most vertical tower PC casing
Syba Adjustable PC stand with Castors Wheel
It raise the PC off the ground to provide better air flow
The Syba SYACC65029 adjustable-width plastic CPU stand lets you elevate your desktop above floor level. This can help increase airflow by allowing it to avoid cramped corners. Increased airflow results in a cooler system, preventing damage from overheating.
Each Syba SYACC65029 adjustable-width plastic CPU stand features antiskid grips that keep the case in place during transport. The grips help ensure that the case does not fall out or tip over when rolled over most office flooring, preventing potential risks that could arise from the use of casters on a potentially heavy electronic device.
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Reviewed in the United States on 2 May 2017
If you want it stationary, it may work, get 2 and remove the casters. but if you want to roll it on hardwood, forget about it.
casters are tiny and they do not roll if the computer is heavy.
when open to 9.5 inches so that it fits my Fractal R6, the front to back becomes so short that the whole computer rocks and wobbles.
falls apart easily.
this is not a very sturdy stand.
cheap, but useless for me.
Update: So I had to buy another one. Just so you know the underside is hollow. If you are like me and don't clean very well or spray for spiders than just be aware when you are cleaning your computer to check bottom of the stand as well. A while ago I was cleaning out my computer and discovered a BIG spider chilling in the underside. I took the stand outside and tapped the spider out. Thinking it was dead I started walking away from it. I was told otherwise and what came after was a lesson of what these stands are NOT for. I wailed on the spider till it was flat...with my stand, because that is what was in my hand. I managed to break my stand in my crisis of course because, duh that's not what its for and I was using a lot of force for said spider. So even after I cracked the hell out of my stand it still lasted me a really good long while. Really impressive considering. And that is why I bought the same exact one again. Spider killer extraordinaire.
Considering how inexpensive this stand is, I am surprised by its quality. It's all plastic, but the plastic is fairly thick and cleanly molded. Five casters are provided and the snap in firmly with little effort. They don't roll too well, though, but I suspect if they were moved around a fair bit, that would change for the better. If you don't want to use the casters, snap-in smooth plastic end-caps are also included.
I had to put down rubber matting on the floor of the stand to keep the computer from sliding on it.
It requires some pressure to move it on the carpet, which is expected and desired.
All in all, well worth the money. It gets the job done.
In addition, the stand partly covers the side of the computer making it difficult to get the side panels off.
I wound up spending about the same amount of money on some caster wheels and a scrap of wood to make a dolly that fits the computer perfectly.