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Product description

Color:F

You can use it to store the office computer host
Name: Mobile computer host bracket
material: man-made board
Product size: 15.7×9.4×7.8 (inches)
Scope of application: home, office, school, etc.
note:
1. Please confirm the size and color before purchasing.
2. Except for the main computer stand in the product photos, no other items are included.
3. The size is measured manually. This may be wrong, this is normal, please refer to the actual size, thank you.
5. Due to the difference between the lighting and the screen, the color of the product may be slightly different from the picture, please understand.
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