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Access Series Computer Table

Smith System
Access Series Computer Table (24" W x 84" L)

Your Price: $498.99 each
Manufacturer's Price: $856.00
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SKU: SMS-11146 Get an estimated shipping and handling cost

1) Choose a quantity:

2) Choose a frame color:

Black
Champagne
Navy
Platinum
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3) Choose an edge color:

Black
Blueberry
Burgundy Edge Color
Champagne
Mint Edge Color
Mocha Edge Color
Navy
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4) Choose a table top color:

Blonde Echo
Fusion Maple
Golden Oak
Gray Nebula
New Age Oak
Wild Cherry
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Frame Material: 14-gauge steel (18-gauge steel supports)
Top Material: High-pressure laminate particle board
Wire Storage: Full-length lockable compartment w/ grommet holes (6" deep)
Other Info: Height-adjustable, backpack peg, T-mold edge banding, adjustable leveling glides
Warranty: 12-year limited warranty
Lifetime frame warranty
Width: 24"
Length: 84"
Height: 22" – 32" (adjustable)
Assembly: Required
Available Options: Frame Color: Black, Champagne, Navy, Platinum
Table Edge Color: Black, Blueberry, Burgundy Edge Color, Champagne, Mint Edge Color, Mocha Edge Color, Navy
Table Top Color: Blonde Echo, Fusion Maple, Golden Oak, Gray Nebula, New Age Oak, Wild Cherry
Weight: 126.0 lbs.
Shipping Method: Freight

The height-adjustable Access Series Computer Table from Smith System features chrome-plated lower legs with leveling glides and a high-pressure laminate surface. A full-length, six-inch deep lockable compartment allows for simple wire management through grommet holes on both ends. Bumper T-mold edge banding protects the integrity of the table borders. The heavy-gauge steel frame endures heavy use for years. Available in several color combinations.

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