Wednesday, July 22nd 2020

Cougar Rolls Out MARS 120 ARGB Compact Gaming Desk

Cougar today expanded its gaming furniture lineup with the MARS 120 ARGB compact gaming desk. A variant of the original Cougar MARS, the MARS 120 gets its name from the 120 cm surface width (5 cm added by the edges). Unlike the original MARS, it has a fixed height of 81 cm, while the surface is 74 cm deep. The side edges of the Cougar MARS 120 feature a couple of RGB LED diffusers. Besides an auxiliary power connection, the desk plugs into a USB 3.0 port and HDA jacks of your machine to put out one each of USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 downstream ports, headset jacks, and a button to cycle through some RGB presets. The RGB setup can interface with most popular ARGB control software. The desk has a load bearing capacity of 150 kg. The company didn't reveal pricing.
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5 Comments on Cougar Rolls Out MARS 120 ARGB Compact Gaming Desk

#1
CrAsHnBuRnXp
That looks like the shittiest, most unsturdy "gaming" desk ever.
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#2
Caring1
No height adjustment, no extra ports in the Hub, including type C, and shitty bright lights to distract from your purpose as well as rickety looking skinny legs that make the desk appear unsafe to lean on.
Apart from that I like it. :laugh:
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#3
Gmr_Chick
The carbon fiber is the only good thing about this monstrosity, and even that isn't hard to replicate -- buy a sheet, whip out the heat gun or hairdryer, bam! Carbon fiber desk!

My simple IKEA desk looks better than this...thing. And far more sturdy! Though, I do wish the top I picked had a hole for cables...
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Caring1
Gmr_Chick
The carbon fiber is the only good thing about this monstrosity, and even that isn't hard to replicate -- buy a sheet, whip out the heat gun or hairdryer, bam! Carbon fiber desk!

My simple IKEA desk looks better than this...thing. And far more sturdy! Though, I do wish the top I picked had a hole for cables...
Holesaw and a drill fixes that.
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#5
MiBe91
Nice to have the cables from your headset and USB hub exactly over the part where your mouse pad will be. Who thought it was a good idea to place it at the worst possible spot for gamers?
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