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Thermaltake launches its ToughDesk 300 RGB Gaming Desk

A sit-stand desk with some RGB flash

Thermaltake launches its ToughDesk 300 RGB Gaming Desk

Thermaltake launches its ToughDesk 300 RGB Gaming Desk

Thermaltake has just launched its ToughDesk 300 RGB, a sit-stand gaming desk which features motorised adjustment, customisable lighting, a carrying capacity of 150Kg and a full surface mousepad-like top material. 

The desk itself is more than large enough for most users, offering height adjustment option between 70cm and 110cm and a desk surface which is 80cm by 160cm. This desk uses a powerful motor to deliver sit/stand functionality, and users can use the desk's built-in controller to save four heights within the desk's memory.   

One of the more unique functions of the ToughDesk 300 RGB is the desk's support for Amazon Alexa, which allows the desk to control the TougDesk 300 using Thermaltake's iTAKE engine software. This will enable hands-free RGB control, and allow users to control the desk without connecting it to their PCs. Thermaltake's iTAKE software also supports Razer Chroma Lighting. These RGB lighting functions are also available using Thermaltake's RGB Plus Software. 

  

Thermaltake launches its ToughDesk 300 RGB Gaming Desk  
We expect Thermaltake's TOughDesk 300 RGB Gaming Desk to become available at retailers soon, though at this time we do not have an MSRP price for the product. 

Integrated into the ToughtDesk 300 is support for smart cable tidying features, which will allow users to tidy their cables into a cable management tray. This will help users to route and tie down their cables to fully support this desk's sit/stand functions. 
 

Thermaltake launches its ToughDesk 300 RGB Gaming Desk  

As we have mentioned before, we expect Thermaltake's ToughDesk 300 RGB Gaming Desk to become available at UK retailers within the coming weeks. 

You can join the discussion on Thermaltake's ToughDesk 300 RGB Gaming Desk on the OC3D Forums

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08-06-2020, 06:07:37

Excalabur50
This is a link to how much it'll be here in Australia and it ain't cheap!
https://www.ple.com.au/Products/6417...on-Gaming-DeskQuote

08-06-2020, 06:17:06

Warchild
That is about the same mine is valued at, except I have an office variant without the RGB stuff.

Honestly working from home being able to stand and continue at my desk is fantastic. I don't see the value for gaming, but working wise it has meritsQuote

08-06-2020, 22:37:31

Kleptobot
Similar size, height range and load rating from an office supplies shop in aus is $800...Quote

09-06-2020, 02:59:32

Warchild
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kleptobot View Post
Similar size, height range and load rating from an office supplies shop in aus is $800...
Would like to see that because I wouldnt mind getting a new one. Mine is getting worn out Quote
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