Nerdytech Couchmaster Premium Review
What's in the box?
Fresh from the wrapping we have two arm rests, in that vinyl material that pretends to be leather. Here labelled as "Sky". There is plenty of padding and even the most heavy-elbowed gamer wont find themselves fatigued. The outside of one of the armrests has a pocket which is big enough to hold your snacks/mouse/beverage.
Of course the biggest problem with using your PC from the sofa is connectivity, and Nerdytech provide a four-port USB 3.0 and a long extension cable, so you can plug in no matter how far your PC is away.
Colour-coded wrist rests are provided. We have three so that you can mix and match, or utilise all three, depending upon your requirements. The Couchmaster comes supplied with some double-sided Velcro to affix them in place.
There is a further storage pocket at the rear. Handy for putting the excess cable in. You could even fit an external drive in it if the mood took you.
Beneath the rather heavy top section are two panels affixed with Velcro. Simply affix the USB hub and you can run your mouse, keyboard and all through the holes in the far end of the Couchmaster. With a channel running the whole width of the Couchmaster and a section on either side it's as suitable for southpaws as right-handed.