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Sharkoon unveils latest gaming desks with cable management, height adjustment and more

Sharkoon has been releasing gaming-oriented furniture for some time now, with a full selection of gaming chairs and desks. This month, Sharkoon is introducing two new desks – the SKILLER SGD10 and SGD20, both of which come with a tabletop-sized mouse mat and plenty of space for a full gaming setup.

With a tabletop that is 160 centimetres long and 80 centimetres wide, the SKILLER SGD10 should offer enough space for a PC, multiple monitors, and all your necessary peripherals like a mouse and keyboard. If you choose the SKILLER SGD20 instead, you'll have more space, with this version measuring in at 180cm long and 85cm wide. Thanks to a robust steel frame construction, both models have a load capacity of up to 100 kilograms, and the height of the desks can be adjusted in three stages via the extra-large legs.  The top of the desk also has a full mouse mat cover, giving you plenty of room to perform all movements needed in games.

To help keep your setup tidy, the Sharkoon desks offer extensive cable management options, with two cable outlets near the back edge of the tabletop. This allows you to route your cables and keep them as out of sight as possible for a clean setup. If you opt for the larger SKILLER SGD20, you'll have another cable management opening in the middle, and you can attach a magnetic cable channel to the left or right leg of the desk. If you need a place to keep your headset, both desks come with a headset holder attachment.

The Sharkoon SKILLER SGD10 is available now for €279. The SKILLER SGD20 is available for just a bit extra, coming in at €299.

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