Organise Your Gaming Setup With These Comfy and High-Tech Desks
A great gaming desk needs three things: it needs good ergonomics, built-in cable management and enough space for your chair, monitors, keyboard and mouse, plus whatever decorations you like keeping close to you while you play.
The best gaming desks range from simple and functional to stylish and often bedazzled by RGB. For the ergonomically-conscious among us, you can even get standing gaming desks now.
If you’re on the hunt for a new gaming setup, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve rounded up the best gaming desks you can buy in Australia right now on any budget. Upgrade your gaming setup with one of these and you’ll be playing in comfort and style.
If you’re on a budget, the Typhoon Pro ($199) fits the bill nicely. It doesn’t sacrifice function or style for the price tag, coming with a headset hanger, drink holder, scratch-resistant finish, rear cut-out for tidy cables and RGB lights.
The gold standard of gaming desks in Australia, the Secretlab MAGNUS (from $679) is fully customisable to suit your aesthetic and needs. When you order, you can select from a range of magnetic, modular components like a full-length leatherette desk mat, cable anchors and fastening clips, a headphone hanger, and a smart LED strip.
Eureka Ergonomic GTG-I43
The tempered glass top of the Eureka Ergonomic GTG-I43 ($599) features in-built lights that respond to your music by changing colour. You can also customise the lights to match the game you’re playing, the overhead lighting or your general mood.
Cougar MARS 120
The Cougar MARS 120 ($459) is all about convenience. Controls at the back of the desk let you plug in up to three USBs, as well as 3.5mm audio and microphone jacks. There’s also a button to control the in-built addressable RGB strips.
Thermaltake Level 20 BattleStation
Finally, an electric height-adjustable gaming desk! The Thermaltake Level 20 BattleStation ($1,599) combines all the high-tech conveniences of modern gaming desks with the personalised ergonomics of standing desks. Adjust the desk’s height between 70cm and 110cm at the press of a button, and save up to four preferences for your sitting and standing needs. An LED ring around the edge of the desk can be controlled with the iTAKE software or connected to Razer Chroma, and the entire top of the desk is made of a cloth mouse pad surface.
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