From the nursing student with RA and fibro... GET IT!!!
If youre like me and youve read dozens of reviews trying to find the right lap desk, this is it. THIS. IS. IT! Would it have been the cherry on top if it was height adjustable? Yes. But given all the other features and how versatile and usable this desk is, I can live without it. Im 52 with thicc thighs. Yes, you can cross your legs under it. The drawer is sturdy. When you close it, it snaps securely in and doesnt open while in transit, even with things stored inside it. The phone holder and tablet slit do angle the devices a little too straight up tho, if that bothers you. It doesnt bother me. And Im pretty picky. It is a beautiful desk. And I love the fact that the width is thicker so I can push my laptop that Im viewing course content on farther away from me so I can take notes on my iPad. Theres so much room. When I showed my clinical group a picture of me studying on it with all my crap, they immediately remarked that they needed one. Ill be getting lots of use out of this as I have Rheumatoid Arthritis and Fibromyalgia which can make it hard to get out of bed but Im also a nursing student in an accelerated program so I dont have time to neglect studying. Do what you gotta do. Its expensive, but a worthwhile investment. Youll be using this desk for years to come!