The black/cherry Miza Jr. from Zaor is a compact desk for musicians, engineers, and those professionals who spend a great deal of their time working on a computer. It can be used in several applications such as for recording studios, post-production houses, broadcast TV, as a mixing desk, and more.
First and foremost, the Miza Jr. features an extractable drawer, which offers room for keyboard and mouse, pads and pens, drum machines, and synthesizers. In addition, the height of the drawer can be set from a minimal 2 to 6.3" from below the top of the work surface. Furthermore, there is a height adjustable second level (0.6 to 6.3") below the back of the work level, and removable cover panels, which will allow you to place the foot of the monitor screens below the work surface.
The cover panels on the Miza Jr. provide acoustic and aesthetic benefits, and also allow you to ban cables, power supplies, and USB hubs, below the surface, leaving a clear optimized workspace.
Finally, the Miza Jr. is made of 0.71" melamine-faced chip board and has solid oak wood edges. Notably, it is designed with a dual cross section at the bottom for optimum stability. The layout of the Miza Jr. fits in smaller rooms and can be a smart companion for the creative media worker.