It has an actual built-in PC, so at least ugly trailing wires, the scourge of modern times, will be a non-existent problem. That drive bay on the side houses a CDRW/DVD combo, plus there are a few USB sockets and hot keys for summoning your servants. The lid flips open so you can put more RAM in it when Microsoft releases a new operating system.
Frankly, I’d rather not have a desk that’s going to be obsolete in four years time or will require an engineer to come round if it breaks. If it can’t be bodged together with nails, I’m not interested.
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