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Chris Bourne


TO MANY people the idea of a computer table will seem unnecessary.

The Computable from Dixonmyne is available in a number of finishes - mahogany, teak or, to order, yew, walnut or burr elm. The frame, legs and top are solid wood while the sides are veneered chipboard. As supplied all you have to do is screw the legs on.

The overall sizes are height 19in, width 34.75in and depth 19.5in. For Spectrum owners a matching wooden load/save on/off switch box is also available.

In use the table is surprisingly handy. It is just the right height for you to sit in the armchair in front of the TV. All the wiring can be stored inside and when others insist that everything be put away you can just pop everything out of sight in the drawer.

The price, £105 plus £6.00 p&p, seems high but for a solid table it is reasonable. The load/save switch is an extra £12 and a mains adaptor £8.00. Longer legs can also be supplied.

Dixonmyne, Unit 51, Lower Goods Yard, Trafalgar Street, Brighton BN1 4FQ. Tel: 0273-201568.

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