Tuesday, June 1st 2021

Cougar Releases the Mars Pro 150 RGB Gaming Desk

Cougar has announced a new, RGB-ladden product for gamers far and wide: the Mars Pro 150 gaming desk. The Mars Pro 150 features two RGB strips on the side of the desk, which seems to be adequately-sized for if PC hardware is the only thing you usually put on top of it: 60 x 29.5 x 30 inches (152 x 74.93 x 76.2 cm). It also features a HUB that can serve as a passthrough for multiple monitor setups: the HUB serves up 2x USB 3.0 A, 1x USB Type-C (which can be used as a monitor input so you don't have to connect your laptop directly to an external monitor) and 1x microphone and 1x headphone ports.

The gaming desk is adjustable in height between three set presets, at 29.5, 31.5, or 33.5 inches high (74,93, 80, 85.09 cm). It also features what you'd expect in a premium gaming product, including a carbon fiber-like finish so you actually, really, really feel the speed. No pricing was available at time of writing, but one needs only look at the desk, its design, and its features to recognize that it probably won't be cheap.
Source: Tom's Hardware
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8 Comments on Cougar Releases the Mars Pro 150 RGB Gaming Desk

#1
CrAsHnBuRnXp
Do people really buy these shitty quality desks?
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micropage7
although they said it's strong enough, with T shape? not this time
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Octavean
CrAsHnBuRnXpDo people really buy these shitty quality desks?
Sure, they do, just like they buy those $#!tty quality gaming chairs,.....

People rarely buy quality products like Herman Miller chairs.
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#4
micropage7
now it's about the looks
how cheap cases with glass panel and RGB effect attract much attention and many buy them although their quality is very so so
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Sodahorse93
the biggest problem with these desks other then build quality is they NEVER have enough room to put a desktop on them.
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#6
Easo
OctaveanSure, they do, just like they buy those $#!tty quality gaming chairs,.....

People rarely buy quality products like Herman Miller chairs.
Let's be honest - 95%+ are never going to buy chair costing 1-2k USD, does not matter how good they are. 200-300 already is a lot to ask, so at that point you get the RGB stuff with crap quality.
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warrior420
Sodahorse93the biggest problem with these desks other then build quality is they NEVER have enough room to put a desktop on them.
Very True. Especially since most of us have more than 1 monitor, and they never advertise them with multiple monitors, AND a desktop on them.
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lemoncarbonate
CrAsHnBuRnXpDo people really buy these shitty quality desks?
Oh it sells. You'll be surprised how many 5* reviews in sh*tty and ugly gaming desk products in local marketplace here.
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