CART-V06A

Vivo Black 35" Mobile Computer Workstation. CART-V06A

  • MOBILE WORKSTATION - Desk cart with four durable casters (all lockable) provides a portable solution for efficient workflow. Perfect to use as a free-standing desk alternative for those wanting more flexibility or working in limited spaces.
  • HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT - Enjoy standing throughout the day with powerful tension springs providing quick and smooth height adjustment (30.3” to 47”). Easily lock your desired height in place with the innovative one-touch height lock mechanism.
  • SOLID SUPPORT - The dual-tier design is supported by 3 steel pillars for ultimate stability, allowing the desktop to hold up to 33 pounds on its spacious 35.4” x 22.2” surface. Accommodates dual monitor/laptop setups with room to spare!
  • SLIDING KEYBOARD TRAY - A large lower 27” x 9.4” platform conveniently holds your keyboard and mouse side-by-side, and smoothly pulls out for comfortable typing angles and space efficiency.
  • WE’VE GOT YOU COVERED - Sturdy steel design is backed with a 3 YEAR MANUFACTURER WARRANTY and friendly tech support to help with any questions or concerns. 

Product Description

Take your adjustable workstation wherever you want to go with mobile desk cart (CART-V06A) from VIVO! Four durable 2.5” casters provide quick and smooth mobility, and all the casters are lockable for excellent stability when the cart is stationary. Constructed of high-grade steel, this workstation’s desktop is able to support up to 33 pounds, keeping your expensive equipment safe and secure. Featuring over 16 inches of tension spring height adjustment along 3 solid support bars, a spacious desktop allowing room for your preferred setup, and a sliding keyboard tray for ultimate convenience, this cart was made to perform. All of the necessary hardware and instructions are provided to get your cart assembled in no time! 

UPC:  818538022643

Specifications

  • Color: Black 
  • Desktop Dimensions: 35.4” x 22.2” 
  • Keyboard Tray Dimensions: 27” x 9.4” 
  • Base Dimensions: 25.5” x 18” 
  • Height Adjustable Range: 30.3” to 47” 
  • Desktop Weight Capacity: 33 lbs 
  • Keyboard Tray Weight Capacity: 4.4 lbs

Warranty

1 Year Warranty This product comes with a limited 1-year Manufacturer warranty as well as friendly tech support to help with any questions or concerns.


Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
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M-C 42ITUS
Very Pleased with assembly, instructions and finished product

Easy to assemble with one person, though at one point toward the end two people make the final stages a little easier. No complaints on the instructions or the marking of the parts though labels on the sections would be nice and save a little time. Once completed per the instructions and properly tightened the unit it sturdy and functional. I'd purchase another if I needed one... or recommend it to a close friend.

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Sergio Marquez
Just the right table for dual monitors.

For those having issues adjusting the height, try to loosen the bottom tube screws 1 turn then retighten. This should help align the tubes to the support plate. My wife is thrilled with this stand as she prefers to stand up while working.

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Dr. Tanyeka
It is what you said it was.

Home use, to move to different rooms in the house.

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Chris
Perfect Size, Well Designed and Right Price

My wife keeps making me move my home office from one room to another as we add to our family, so I decided to make it mobile. I gave this VIVO adjustable desk a shot and I'm a very happy customer so far. I have a dual monitor setup and with the monitors, mounting arms and laptop it weights just over 33 lbs, not counting the weight of the cords. The cords probably weight another 2-3 lbs. So at 35-36 lbs, the desk still adjusts just fine from sitting to standing position, but it does require a slight bit (very slight) of effort to get it to the fully upright standing position. When fully upright with this weight, the desk is a little bit wobbly, but I'm not worried that it will tip over at all. When upright, I move the desk against a wall and lock the casters and I have no worries. Based on my initial use of this desk at the maximum weight, I can understand why the manufacturer recommends limiting the weight to 33lbs. That said, if you don't mind putting a little effort into lifting the desk to the upright position and moving it against the wall, I think you can get by with more weight than they recommend.From a build standpoint, it's very solid and well made. The assembly instructions left a little to be desired (I've found this to be the case with most VIVO products), but in the end a little common sense made the assembly go just fine (VIVO, if you're listening, just label your parts in the bags).I really like the ergonomics of the desk's keyboard tray and sitting and height positions. It's clear that a lot of thought was put into the design of this desk. One design element that was missing was a cable tray, which I added for a few bucks and just screwed into the bottom of the desk as you can see from the photos. I have this thing setup now where I can move it to any room in my house by just simply unplugging it and rolling it to my desired location. I might try working out on my deck this spring!

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Jared G.
It's as SOLID as the programming I'm going to do on it.

Very sturdy and easy to assemble. The raising/lowering was a little stiff at first, and I had to lean a lot of weight into it to get it to go down. But after using it for a day, it a loosened up.

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Based on 12 reviews
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M-C 42ITUS
Very Pleased with assembly, instructions and finished product

Easy to assemble with one person, though at one point toward the end two people make the final stages a little easier. No complaints on the instructions or the marking of the parts though labels on the sections would be nice and save a little time. Once completed per the instructions and properly tightened the unit it sturdy and functional. I'd purchase another if I needed one... or recommend it to a close friend.

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Sergio Marquez
Just the right table for dual monitors.

For those having issues adjusting the height, try to loosen the bottom tube screws 1 turn then retighten. This should help align the tubes to the support plate. My wife is thrilled with this stand as she prefers to stand up while working.

D
Dr. Tanyeka
It is what you said it was.

Home use, to move to different rooms in the house.

C
Chris
Perfect Size, Well Designed and Right Price

My wife keeps making me move my home office from one room to another as we add to our family, so I decided to make it mobile. I gave this VIVO adjustable desk a shot and I'm a very happy customer so far. I have a dual monitor setup and with the monitors, mounting arms and laptop it weights just over 33 lbs, not counting the weight of the cords. The cords probably weight another 2-3 lbs. So at 35-36 lbs, the desk still adjusts just fine from sitting to standing position, but it does require a slight bit (very slight) of effort to get it to the fully upright standing position. When fully upright with this weight, the desk is a little bit wobbly, but I'm not worried that it will tip over at all. When upright, I move the desk against a wall and lock the casters and I have no worries. Based on my initial use of this desk at the maximum weight, I can understand why the manufacturer recommends limiting the weight to 33lbs. That said, if you don't mind putting a little effort into lifting the desk to the upright position and moving it against the wall, I think you can get by with more weight than they recommend.From a build standpoint, it's very solid and well made. The assembly instructions left a little to be desired (I've found this to be the case with most VIVO products), but in the end a little common sense made the assembly go just fine (VIVO, if you're listening, just label your parts in the bags).I really like the ergonomics of the desk's keyboard tray and sitting and height positions. It's clear that a lot of thought was put into the design of this desk. One design element that was missing was a cable tray, which I added for a few bucks and just screwed into the bottom of the desk as you can see from the photos. I have this thing setup now where I can move it to any room in my house by just simply unplugging it and rolling it to my desired location. I might try working out on my deck this spring!

J
Jared G.
It's as SOLID as the programming I'm going to do on it.

Very sturdy and easy to assemble. The raising/lowering was a little stiff at first, and I had to lean a lot of weight into it to get it to go down. But after using it for a day, it a loosened up.