Friday, June 5th 2020

Thermaltake Also Announces ToughDesk 500L RGB Battlestation Gaming Desk

Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Cooling, Gaming Gear, and Enthusiast Memory solutions, introduces the ToughDesk 500L RGB Battlestation Gaming Desk, which is an L-shaped table with three stands, a main desk along with a side table attached to it. The new technology and extensive functions of the desk include electric height adjustment control, ample cable management space, and built with a full surface RGB mouse pad that is balanced for speed and control. Dimensions of the main desk are 62.99" (160 cm) in length and 31.49" (80 cm) in width, and for the side table, dimensions are 31.49" (80 cm) in length and 23.62" in width (60 cm) covered by one full surface RGB mouse pad and one non-RGB mouse pad for the side table.

The illuminating full surface mouse pad comes with 16.8M RGB color combinations and seven dynamic lighting effects; brightness, speed, and direction of the lighting effects are customizable via the iTAKE engine software. The mouse pad's lighting effects can be synced with TT RGB PLUS compatible Thermaltake products to complete the ecosystem in uniformity. The mouse pad also works with Razer Chroma, enabling gaming and RGB lighting effect synchronizations. Moreover, the ToughDesk 500L RGB Battlestation Gaming Desk is designed for multi-monitor gaming setups, which allows users to work and game with space, style, and comfort.
Features of the ToughDesk 500L RGB Battlestation Gaming Desk:
Extended Gaming Surface
The extended side table allows users to place a full tower chassis and display their PC components without interfering with the monitors and game space on the main desk.

Electrical Height Adjustment
Press the electrical height adjustment buttons on the digital control box to adjust between 27.5"/70 cm to 43.3"/110 cm, in both sitting and/or standing positions.

Height Memory Function
ToughDesk 500L RGB is able to memorize four height levels that users like, and with the memory buttons on the digital control box, users can adjust the desk height to their suitable position in no time.

Full Surface RGB Mouse Pad Design
The full surface mouse pad design allows users to balance their speed and control while gaming. The large mouse pad that covers the main desk comes with 16.8M RGB color illumination and seven dynamic lighting effects; brightness, speed, and direction of the lighting effects are customizable via the iTAKE engine software. The side table will be covered in a non-RGB mouse pad with the same touch that allows users to highlight their chassis in all sizes.

High Load Capacity
The sturdy desk provides unrivaled stability that certifies the desk to achieve a maximum load of 330 pounds (150 kg), which allows users to set up their battle stations however they want.

Cable Management
Long length cable storage area allows users to sort out the cables easily and conveniently while keeping the workspace clutter-free.

Availability and Warranty
The ToughDesk 500L RGB Battlestation Gaming Desk will be available for purchase in September. Gaming desks are backed by a two-year warranty and supported by the Thermaltake worldwide customer service and technical support network.
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18 Comments on Thermaltake Also Announces ToughDesk 500L RGB Battlestation Gaming Desk

#1
ZoneDymo
More of this, from a compnay less shady pls
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#2
Chrispy_
Can I just get the table-sized mousemat, please.

I mean, I already have a desk so I don't need one, and if I did I think I'd get one where the legs of the desk didn't intrude quite so obnoxiously into where the wheels of my chair need to be.
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#3
kapqa
i'd like bamboo, please.
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#4
TheDeeGee
So much ThermalTrash spam in the news lately.
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#5
E-curbi
I despise this company, and everything they stand for. :mad::mad::mad:
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#6
Vayra86
Holy crap that looks... spartan.

I reckon many a kid will wound itself on one of those pointy bits. They're EVERYWHERE. Also that L shape is so completely wrong.
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#7
Chrispy_
E-curbi
I despise this company, and everything they stand for. :mad::mad::mad:
I give them the benefit of the doubt, despite holding them in very low regard.

Boycotting Thermaltake is an entirely reasonably stance given their past transgressions but not everything they currently do is awful.

Versa H17, for example. Very pleasant, compact, ultra-budget mATX case. I'm willing to overlook the fact it's Thermaltake simply because it's fine and the competition hasn't stepped up in that particular market segment.
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#8
Gmr_Chick
E-curbi
I despise this company, and everything they stand for. :mad::mad::mad:
Why so angry?

I'm genuinely curious. I know Thermaltake as a brand, but that's it, and several comments on here have sparked my interest as to why they are a shady or bad company.
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#9
Turmania
They can offer me for free and I still will never have ANY of their products.
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#10
Dave65
Turmania
They can offer me for free and I still will never have ANY of their products.
Agreed, not a company I would do business with.
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#11
TheUn4seen
Turmania
They can offer me for free and I still will never have ANY of their products.
But you're thinking about them. Brand awareness is half the success, sooner or later you will forget why you were critical of them, but you'll still remember their name. That's how marketing gets you, works every time.
Plus, aren't they the OEM for both Intel and AMD stock coolers, among many other companies? You probably bought quite a few of their products without realizing it.
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#12
Caring1
I don't have a problem with the company, I just don't like the design of this desk, it's not for me.
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#13
hat
Enthusiast
Huh? Thermaltake is controversial now? Why?
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#14
Caring1
hat
Huh? Thermaltake is controversial now? Why?
Rumours.
Some people believe they borrow designs.
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#15
AsRock
TPU addict
Vayra86
Holy crap that looks... spartan.

I reckon many a kid will wound itself on one of those pointy bits. They're EVERYWHERE. Also that L shape is so completely wrong.
That's kid mode in the corner of the room, looks like it's can be change too.

So it's motorized high level ?, ooh goody another fail point.

So this thing can bench my PC, kinda wondering how long that would last with a 40-60kg PC.
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#17
jmcslob
I keep saying I'm never buying another TT product.
and...
I just bought a TT commander C33 and several TT Pure 14's.
Every single thing I buy from them has an issue...nothing you can't mod but it's always something you shouldn't have to.

Their slogan should.
Thermaltake we make really good prototypes...loL
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