The smart desk has height adjustment, headphone support and cable management
THE Thermaltake announced the launch this Tuesday (11). ARGENT P900 smart gaming tableA new table developed in partnership Studio FA Porsche. According to the manufacturer, it was designed to bring a new model Some smart options that increase productivitywhich are combined with an attractive design that “May you enjoy every time your eyes fall upon it“.
Among the highlights of the new model is the presence Systems that allow you to control the height of the top, as well as its RGB lighting system, through the RGB Desk app. “Because you control the desk on your phone or computer via WiFi without any pesky connection issues, it opens the door to redefining what a smart desk can be.– says Thermaltake.
THE The ARGENT P900 has four preset height adjustments — 70 cm, 80 cm, 90 cm and 100 cm — allows users to create personal use profiles for their daily life. Each height option can be combined with its own lighting systemAnd height adjustments can be made via the RGB Desk or iTake app and the physical controller on the desk.
ARGENT P900 promises smart and safe solutions
The new smart desk, created in partnership with Studio FA Porsche, also boasts operational safety. one Intelligent collision system to move when the top collides with an objectPreventing accidents and ensuring that the table (and any other equipment or person) is not damaged.
ARGENT P900 brings a A finish that simulates the look of carbon fiber, as well as a central height that provides better placement of two monitors. The product also comes with a Cable management systemA headphone holder and a place to store cups or glasses.
Brings a smart table 165 cm wide, 85 cm deep and 70 cm to 100 cm high, which makes it a product that takes up a lot of space. So far Thermaltake anyway It did not say how the product will be availableNeither will its suggested price.
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Source: TechPowerUp, Thermaltake