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Best Corner PC Gaming Office Desk 2016

Updated on June 14, 2016

I've upgraded my desk, computer, and peripherals many times over the years and the thing that keeps coming back to me is how much space I really need. To maximize space, I've found that a good L-shaped computer desk that goes in the corner seems to work out the best.

As a PC gamer, I also like to have a desk with plenty of leg room to stretch out over those long gaming sessions. Not only does that additional space give me leg room, it also gives me plenty of surface area to hide my cords and place all of my other peripherals on my desk.

The solution doesn't have to be expensive, but it does have to work. So, if you're looking for something similar, here's a few good options to help you get started.

7 Good Corner Computer Desk for PC Gamers

A Good and Cheap Gaming Desk / Do-it-Yourself Solution

As I mentioned above, my absolute favorite gaming desks are those that simply have a lot of room. One of the best ways to do this is to simply combine two flat tables together in an L-shape. You can do this by purchasing inexpensive tables at Ikea or even folding or standard utility tables like shown below.

One disadvantage that the folding type has is that you get a bit of a crease in the center. I overcome this by adding a large mouse pad to the center. The advantage of this is you can easily take your desk with you wherever you go. For me, that's my Friday night LAN party.

Techni Mobili L-Shaped Desk Lit with Green CCFL Lighting
Techni Mobili L-Shaped Desk Lit with Green CCFL Lighting
5 stars for Techni Mobili L-shaped Glass Computer Desk

Why I like the Techni Mobili L-shaped Glass Computer Desk

If you're looking for something that has quality construction, isn't overly expensive or cheap, and will provide you with a lot of room and functionality, then consider the Techni Mobili L-shaped computer desk.

I recently purchased this desk for my office and have been very satisfied with it overall. It's attractive and looks good in just about any environment, but I modified mine with some CCFL lighting as shown in the picture.

Glass Panel Capacity and Design:

Each panel has about an 80 pound capacity so it was plenty to add my monitors and desktop tower. Also, because the glass is 8mm thick tempered safety glass with a scratch resistant powder coating it wears very little over time.

Final Thoughts: It's inexpensive, not cheap, takes about 3 hours to assemble, and has a really modern look. It's a solid option as a gamer's desk and looks really cool with CCFL or LED lighting.

Walker Edison Corner L Shaped Computer Desk

Here's another budget option for those looking for a cheap L-shaped computer desk that is still solid. It measures 59 inches by 29 inches by 51 and overall is very easy-to-assemble. It's big enough for you to fit two monitors as well as a few of your other peripherals.

The monitor tray was a bit short for me at 6'4" so you may want to ditch it or simply use it as a monitor stand if you're tall. Also, there's not a lot of cable management for this particular desk and if you're wanting it to look organized, I highly recommend you get a few zip ties.

Final thoughts:

Considering the price you pay this is a solid glass desk which looks great with most gaming setups. It's not the largest desk out there, but again good enough for a multi-monitor setup.

Harbor View Reversible L-Desk

This option is a bit pricier than some of the others on this list, but makes up for it in better materials.
This option is a bit pricier than some of the others on this list, but makes up for it in better materials.

If you're looking for a slightly wider option, then the Harbor antiqued desk is a good option for most rooms. It's heavy-duty at around 179 pounds for the desk or 250 pounds including the hutch, has enough room for most setups, and works perfectly in a corner. The size is substantial with product dimensions coming in at 66.1 x 66.1 x 30.3 inches.

The design is flexible with an option for you to put the drawers and door on the left or right. If you're planning to put your PC in the door area, you'll be able to place it nearer to your ethernet port.

If you do decide to go with this desk, I highly recommend that you place it near to where you plan on keeping it as it's heavy and difficult to move around. Overall for under $500 ($365 retail) this is one of the better values out there. It's deceptable large and sturdy enough to last you a long time.

Cappuccino leg desk from Coaster Home Furnishings

Another solid L-shaped glass options is this Cappuccino leg desk from Coaster Home Furnishings. The dimensions are 43.25" x 24" x 30" and it weighs just over 100 pounds when assembled.

Overall it's stylish, sturdy, requires about 2 hours to assemble, and is a pretty good buy at around $250.

A Large 71 Inch L-Desk

I like this 71 inch computer desk from Somerset because it's large, sturdy, and fits well with most environments. It's a good overall value considering it's size and should take you about 2 hours to put together.

Overall if you need something with drawers, then this is the desk I'd recommend. You'll be able to fit a couple of monitors and your rig up top and still have room for your games, papers, and other gear in the drawers.

For a large desk under $250 I like the Cabot Collection 60" L-Desk. It comes in three different finishes, has a 4-port USB hub, and is solid.
For a large desk under $250 I like the Cabot Collection 60" L-Desk. It comes in three different finishes, has a 4-port USB hub, and is solid.

Cabot Collection 60-Inch L Desk

Another good L-shape option in a darker color is this 60-inch L-desk from Cabot. It has a large surface which allows you to get things done. It also has an integrated 4 port USB hub for devices like your printers and router.

There's also a really cool charging station that works well with your phones and cameras. While it does come with a concealed storage compartment, I'd recommend you at least open the back if you plan on putting your gaming rig in there.

Final Impression: It's a great desk but I certainly wouldn't call it perfect. For the money (under $250), it's what you could expect with a few cool features like the charging station and integrated USB hub.

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Final Thoughts

In the end you'll want a sturdy desk that holds your rig and other peripherals. While I prefer to have an L-shaped desk, there are a lot of others who might prefer a large and wide simple straight desk. Which would you rather have? You can speak your mind below.

© 2013 Brandon Hart

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