If you’re looking to upgrade your workspace with a little more creativity you might be interested in the new desktop design launched by Thermaltake this week. designed by Studio FA Porsche. The ARGENT P900 gaming desk it has several ways to change its height using iTake Software, a mobile app, or a desktop smart panel. The mobile app allows users to set the height of the desk from 70 ~ 100 cm (27.5″ ~ 39.37″) and quickly switch between 4 preset profiles (70 cm, 80 cm, 90 cm, 100 cm).
“Compared to traditional flexible desks, ARGENT P900 emphasizes safety. The anti-collision sensor will stop the moment it collides with unwanted objects. Thermaltake ARGENT P900 Smart Gaming Desk combines strong aesthetics with refined ergonomics to immerse users in the best gaming experience. This gaming desk offers a unique design, differentiating itself from the aesthetics of a traditional office desk, yet combining high functionality and flexibility, while providing users with the greatest possibilities that smart design can offer”
Thermaltake gaming desk
“However, all these smart products cannot be without a good desk. Therefore, due to the great effort, technology, and attention to detail that has been put into the design and construction of the desk, we strongly believe that the Thermaltake ARGENT P900 Smart Gaming Desk will exceed your expectations in many ways. First, to enhance the look and feel of the desk, the top is made of carbon fiber.
Speaking of which, the main compartment is enough to accommodate a tower chassis or gaming peripherals for your game or productivity. In addition, this new second space can meet your dual-monitor setup needs. It also has a smart panel, which shows the real-time features of the desk. On top of that, the smart panel can be configured with 4 different lengths. All you have to do to change the height is click a button, and you’re good to go. “
For more information on the new ARGENT P900 gaming desk jump over to Thermaltake’s official website by following the link below.
Source: Thermaltake: TPU
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