The Best Computer Desks for 2020

Yes, your computer is important — but so is its home. When was the last time you considered getting a new computer or gaming desk? Whether you are a serious gamer looking for an upgrade or just moved into a new space, it’s probably time you opt for a desk […]

Yes, your computer is important — but so is its home. When was the last time you considered getting a new computer or gaming desk? Whether you are a serious gamer looking for an upgrade or just moved into a new space, it’s probably time you opt for a desk that’s worthy of your awesome setup.

To help narrow down your options, we have a list of the best computer desks money can buy. Our top pick on this list is the Artifox Standing Desk 02. This desk is absolutely gorgeous, but it has room for all of your accessories and gadgets, and even your mobile devices.

But if you need a desk that’s a better fit for your gaming needs or you’d just rather have a desk where you can work and sit, be sure to check out the other picks on this list.

Artifox Standing Desk 02

Artifox is known for its sweeping, minimalist designs that manage to combine old-school functionality with modern features. Its line of customizable standing desks is certainly no exception. At first glance, this looks like a beautiful drafting table with a section designed for desktop doodles, but there are also plenty of computer-oriented features, too.

It has grooves and magnetic clips for organizing cables, a little slot for your power bar, and even a section set aside for slotting your smartphone and tablet computer in while you are working. It’s like something that a very tech-savvy Amish craftsman might make, and a great pick if you like to keep things simple — and standing.

Fully Jarvis Bamboo Standing Desk

Fully makes beautiful home office desks, especially if you’re looking for a solid sit/stand desk. This particular piece is one of Fully’s cheaper offerings, despite it still featuring the company’s impressive Jarvis sit/stand motor. Unlike a lot of desks with that kind of functionality, this desk isn’t bulky or clunky. You can choose from three different sizes, as well as the contoured or squared-off shapes.

The bamboo is beautiful, too — a perfect match for your iMac or minimalist desk setup. Like most of Fully’s desks, you can also bundle in a number of great desk accessories to keep it clean such as a clamp-mounted surge protector or monitor arms.

Convenience Concepts Modern Student Desk

If you are looking for the most affordable desk you can find because you just spent all your money on your office chair, supplies, games, etc. — then this Convenience Concepts model is probably just what you’re looking for.

It’s very affordable, and because it comes lined with pre-made holes, it can be put together without any extra tools or strenuous labor. The desk also includes enough space for your accessories and books without being too cumbersome, though the surface is probably better suited for a laptop since it measures a mere 15 inches deep. The lack of space helps keep weight to a minimum, however, which makes it easy to move around should you need to transport it.

The Atlantic Store Gaming Desk


If you want a desk that’s built for gaming that’s also small, this is the option for you. The Atlantic gaming desk won’t win any prizes for being particularly classy or roomy, but it is great at fitting into tight spaces and comes with a ton of extra features.

There are side holders for big cups full of Mountain Dew. There are racks for your controllers. There are stands for your laptop and keyboard. Speaker trays, storage doors, and headphone hooks are also included. Let’s just say that if you love computer gaming, you need this desk in your life.

Arozzi Arena Gaming Desk

Arozzi Arena Gaming Desk

This svelte gaming desk is available in a variety of colors and patterns, making it easy to pick a scheme that will match your gaming rig. The shape is conducive to focused gaming and helps keep peripherals a little closer at hand (plus it matches curved monitors quite nicely).

The surface is designed with a water-resistant microfiber material designed to act as a mouse pad, so feel free to use your mouse anywhere on it. While the legs are simple, they are also height adjustable, and three hidden cable management cutouts are included to help with organization. It’s a minimalistic but effective gaming option that may be just what you’re looking for — just don’t go over 176 pounds.

Furinno Go Green Home Computer Desk


Here’s a great desk for when you don’t really want a computer desk at all, but still need an occasional computer work area. This Furinno desk can easily serve as a table in the entryway, bedroom, dining room, or anywhere else.

It just happens to have the right space and proportions for plunking down your laptop or setting up your PC for a work session. It’s made out of recycled rubber trees, so it can also meet a preference for environmentally friendly furniture if necessary.

Sauder Select Collection Computer Desk


All right, you’ve looked at all these so-called computer desks. You’ve huffed over the modern designs and utility features. Standing desks are all the rage, and they certainly have their benefits, but there is something to say for sitting at a classic computer desk.

This Sauder computer desk is the perfect fit if you’re looking for a classy desk with an affordable price tag. The brushed maple finish gives it that classic appeal, and there is plenty of storage for any home or office. It’s heavy enough to hold everything you need without taking up too much space.

If you want a versatile and functional desk, you could do worse than this Sauder piece. The sturdy, durable desk includes multiple convenient features, including gliding drawers and a desk-top grommet hole to keep your cords neat and tidy.

Additionally, the slide-out keyboard and mouse tray frees up precious desk space and leaves your workspace looking clean when not in use. You can even fit a vertical CPU unit in the side door, or use it for extra storage.

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