Friday, May 10th 2019

Thermaltake Announce Level 20 RGB Battlestation Gaming Desk for an Extraordinary $1,199

Thermaltake have announced the Level 20 RGB Battlestation Gaming Desk, the ultimate gaming desk for gamers (certainly not) on a budget. The Level 20 includes an RGB lighting strip on the edges of the desk, for when you are feeling that particularly kaleidoscopic fondness, and want to cut on turning on your ceiling's lighting. The desk is electrically adjustable (a feature I've always found slightly underwhelming in the premium/usefulness department), with memory for a total of four different height adjustments - particularly useful if you had Tyrion pass by your house in the intervening time.

The RGB is software controllable (Alexa and Razer Chroma are supported), and the entire surface is adequate for (computer) mice to roll through. Its height can be adjusted between 70 - 110 cm, and the top is a 165 cm x 75 cm affair, which should be more than enough space for everything you're cramming on top of your desk right now. And if you want this piece of kit in your life, rest assured that it only costs $1,199. It's a matter of value, on your mind, as a customer. Just beware the shipping doesn't end up more expensive than the Battlestation itself: this thing weighs 75 Kg inside the packaging.
Source: via ETeknix
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52 Comments on Thermaltake Announce Level 20 RGB Battlestation Gaming Desk for an Extraordinary $1,199

#1
tigger
I'm the only one
:roll: An RGB desk, had to happen, and $1200 too. Omg, just omg
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#2
NdMk2o1o
This is why the term fugly exists, I don't know what goes through TT's heads these days... :kookoo:
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#3
theoneandonlymrk
Even if you like it, that price , its a 2080ti , or this?.
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#5
DonKnotts
If I wanted an adjustable height desk like this I'd just buy the one Thermaltake is copying and save a few hundred bucks while not having to deal with yet more RGB gimmick lighting.
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#6
hat
Enthusiast
I thought this was going to be one of those desks with a chassis built into it. I was going to say that's actually not bad.

This is not what I thought it was. It is bad.
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#7
yakk
Desk or GPU?

That is the $1,200 question!

($1,200 is the new $250 apparently)
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#8
bug
tigger said:

:roll: An RGB desk, had to happen, and $1200 too. Omg, just omg
I didn't see that one coming either :wtf:
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#9
NdMk2o1o
hat said:

I thought this was going to be one of those desks with a chassis built into it. I was going to say that's actually not bad.

This is not what I thought it was. It is bad.
Reminds me of an old school desk, like the wooden things from back in the 80's/90's with a wooden top and metal legs.
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#10
erocker
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I'd kind of expect some sort of case/hardware mounting integrated into the desk somewhere for the price. I'm interested in the motors, electronics on the thing. I wouldn't mind seeing a review.
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#11
dicktracy
Should've been a desk with a builtin chassis for that price.
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#12
jabbadap
hat said:

I thought this was going to be one of those desks with a chassis built into it. I was going to say that's actually not bad.

This is not what I thought it was. It is bad.
Yeah started to look pricing of Lian Lis desks for comparison and made the same mistake... Yes this is bad and quite pointless, albeit those electric tables themselves are good work tables.
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#14
Toothless
Tech, Games, and TPU!
Get some bike pumps and a wood board. Height adjustable right there.
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#16
Caring1
Lose the RGB and drop the price to $500 or less and I'm interested.
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#17
Ubersonic
NdMk2o1o said:

I don't know what goes through TT's heads these days... :kookoo:
Thermalfake couldn't find any new computer things to rip off so have moved into cloning furniture xD


Caring1 said:

Lose the RGB and drop the price to $500 or less and I'm interested.
You're literally describing the product they ripped off to make this xD
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#18
Basard
Ubersonic said:

You're literally describing the product they ripped off to make this xD
Was it Lian Li? Because i remember that desk being just as expensive. Maybe it was something cheaper...... Maybe the Lian Li also had a computer case built into the desk and a glass top--can't remember.
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#19
CheapMeat
theoneandonlymrk said:

Even if you like it, that price , its a 2080ti , or this?.
If you have money for this, you likely have money for both.

BTW, even the basic Lian-Li desk, height adjustable with no room for components, was around $800+.
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#20
TheLostSwede
Looks like IKEA's standing table with some LED strips attached...

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#21
theoneandonlymrk
CheapMeat said:

If you have money for this, you likely have money for both.

BTW, even the basic Lian-Li desk, height adjustable with no room for components, was around $800+.
I'll have neither then.:)
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#22
Arjai
@Raevenlord Love the sarcasm!! Hate the desk. It's not so much that it is RGB, it's that it is RGB.
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#23
blobster21
The newly added rule 34 of modern IT hardware : "if it exists, there's an RGB version of it"
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#24
Vayra86
For that price I thought they included a PC in the desk. (I kid you not, it was my first thought seeing price)

Guess I was wrong :eek: They included a 900 dollar LED strip
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#25
bug
blobster21 said:

The newly added rule 34 of modern IT hardware : "if it exists, there's an RGB version of it"
I RGB, therefore I am!
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