Sharkoon Unveils its Skiller SGD10 and SGD20 adjustable Gaming Desks

Shame this is not a sit/stand desk

Sharkoon Unveils its Skiller SGD10 and SGD20 adjustable Gaming Desks

Press Release - Sharkoon Unveils Skiller SGD10 and SGD20 Gaming Desks

Sharkoon Technologies is an international supplier of high-performance, high-quality PC components and peripherals. Sharkoon has now widened its comprehensive range of gaming equipment to include two new desks. Both models, the SKILLER SGD10 and the SKILLER SGD20, come with a tabletop-sized mouse mat and provide enough space for all the monitors and peripherals, as well as the PC. The gaming desks also offer an extensive cable management and a headset holder.

With a tabletop that is 160 centimeters long and 80 centimeters wide, the SKILLER SGD10 should offer enough space for the PC, the monitors, all the peripherals, plus several office utensils. If anyone needs even more space, they can turn to the SKILLER SGD20, whose tabletop is somewhat larger with a length of 180 centimeters and a width of 85 centimeters. Thanks to a robust steel frame construction, both models have a load capacity of up to 100 kilograms, and, in addition, the height of the desks can be adjusted in three stages via the extra-large legs. To ensure that every move can be performed unhindered during the game, the manufacturer has equipped both models with a mouse mat that covers the entire top of the desk. 

Sharkoon Unveils its Skiller SGD10 and SGD20 adjustable Gaming Desks(Sharkoon SGD20)

Neat and Tidy

For extensive cable management, both gaming tables have two cable outlets near the rear edge of the tabletop. Through these, cables can be routed, out of sight, into a cable channel at the back of the desk. As well as these two cable outlets, the SKILLER SGD20 has another opening in the middle of the tabletop. With this inconspicuous, additional outlet, the peripherals' cabling should be more easily tamed on the SGD20's larger surface. Another cable channel can be attached magnetically onto either the right or the left leg of both models. As an extra feature, the desks also come with a headset holder that can be attached at the front of the desk, as desired, either to the left or to the right of the user.

Sharkoon Unveils its Skiller SGD10 and SGD20 adjustable Gaming Desks(Sharkoon SDG10)  

Availability and Price

The SKILLER SGD10 is now available at the manufacturer's suggested price of 279 euros. The SKILLER SGD20 is also now available and at the manufacturer's suggested price of 299 euros.

For more information, visit the product pages of the SKILLER SGD10 and SKILLER SGD20.  

You can join the discussion on Sharkoon's new SDG10 and SDG200 adjustable gaming desks on the OC3D Forums.

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16-08-2022, 12:28:41

Peace
Mixed feelings. 280 and 300EUR seem a lot for only 3 heights and no motor, but those can easily cost 600EUR.



Guess it's nice to have, but I'd rather save for a motorised one.Quote

16-08-2022, 12:32:54

WYP
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Originally Posted by Peace Ð View Post
Mixed feelings. 280 and 300EUR seem a lot for only 3 heights and no motor, but those can easily cost 600EUR.



Guess it's nice to have, but I'd rather save for a motorised one.
Yeah, it is a lot of money for a desk. I'd prefer to go the custom route for that money. buy my own tops, legs etc.Quote

16-08-2022, 12:50:35

23RO_UK
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Originally Posted by WYP View Post
Yeah, it is a lot of money for a desk. I'd prefer to go the custom route for that money. buy my own tops, legs etc.
Agreed @WYP, I have some IKEA trestles and just replace the work tops as required; one of the best investments I've ever made to be honest.Quote

16-08-2022, 21:50:49

NeverBackDown
DIY route a lot of people use solid (not hollow core) doors as the top. Massive amount of space for not much money. Can make it with legs or a floating style, however if using the door you'd need to brace it to prevent sagging in the future (they are prone to sagging over time).Quote

16-08-2022, 23:43:37

Avet
https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-6WqIhR6XJ...0221094655.jpg


Laminated boards are the best way for DIY desk. They usually have quality grades from A to D. You can get B grade top, and D grade bottom for a great price.Quote
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