PC case maker, THERMAL TAKE (opens in new tab)power supply (opens in new tab)and peripherals (opens in new tab)which produces gaming chairs (opens in new tab) In collaboration with Studio FA Porsche, we have decided to completely take over all aspects of the gaming area by presenting the Argent P900 smart gaming desk.
The “smart” part of the name sadly doesn’t mean that this desk is full of edge computing and neural networks and can respond to voice commands with the dry wit you’d expect from furniture. Rather, there is an app so that you can control it via Wi-Fi. press release (opens in new tab) I would describe it as “lively”.
If you suddenly get taller while using your desk (or just want to sit for a while), you can adjust the desk height. smart control unit. The control box contains a microcontroller with an Arm Cortex-M33 core running at 150MHz and 640k of flash memory. There’s a safety sensor to prevent it from dropping over the head of someone crawling underneath, a headset hanger on the right, a cup holder on the left (no details on whether southpaws can replace these), and a cable management system . .
A Wi-Fi 4 connection keeps you connected to your phone, so you can control the 16.8 million colors of the RGB lighting bar at the back, designed to illuminate the wall behind your desk (bad if you’re sitting news). In the middle of an open-plan environment), Thermaltake’s iTake software can be used to sync lighting effects so you can flash all his Thermaltake products in unison.
It has a monitor riser (called “second space”) and is wide enough to display two screens or one very wide screen. (opens in new tab) One – and the whole thing is covered in a material that looks a bit like carbon fiber (but not really). Brought to you a sleek, ergonomic design aesthetic you can appreciate.
If you want to see the Argent P900 with your own eyes (and PC), you can get it here. Thermaltake Store (opens in new tab) $2,199.99.