“Gaming Station Exceptionalism in the AED70 Studio Gaming Desk”
By: Marshall Lang
Overall Grade: A+
Measurements: 72”W, 24”D, 30”-38”H
· Gargantuan size impresses, leaves nothing to be desired; tons of space afforded; is strong enough to support up to 400lbs
· Two monitor shelves + ergonomic keyboard tray demonstrate peerless serviceability & usefulness
· Controllable RGB lighting feature enhances gaming setup w/ cinematic effect
· Numerous organizational perks & storage management features
· Manufactured from non-toxic, non-hazardous, regulation-compliant materials
· Shape may present challenges to finding right place for it
· Due to sheer size & mass, desk demands more assembly time
· Instruction manual could be clearer; unlabeled bags, baggies, & pieces add confusion; occasionally tricky assembly whilst lining up holes w/ screws & bolts
· Slight bummer that headset holder & cupholder affix to only one spot each
This gaming desk comes off like the desk you see that one satellite-controlling guy in sci-fi movies always using. You know the guy. Missile-targeting guy, NASA guy. Whatever that guy does or is. As far as gaming desk capabilities go, the AED70 Studio Gaming Computer desk truly isn’t a far cry from the kind of desk station that dude sits down at everyday to, well, save the day.
How and why the AED outshines its competitors (besides the unbeatable price for what’s provided) lies mainly in the fact that it’s more than “just” a gaming desk. Its luxurious size, detailed design, and sheer vastness naturally attract a broad midsection of people: gamers, streamers, music producers, podcasters, software developers, techies, office workers, jobs I don’t even know the titles for, etc.
I don’t normally review gaming desks, so as such I found myself more inclined to review a gaming desk that suggested a multitude of applications. What I learned in my (continuing) exploration of the AED70 boils down to, in essence, its endless possibilities. To consider the consumer base of this gaming desk as comprising solely of gamers would be unfair and, if I may speak plainly, irresponsibly dumb.
Consider the Venn diagram of needs for people seeking the perfect setup. Imagine all those needs meeting at the center. Long list.
Excellence Comes in Many Forms.
At 72 inches across, the AED70’s surface area provides enough space for computers, monitors, consoles, speakers, lamps, stands, books, bookends—deep breath—pictures, personal items, collectibles, trophies, bobble-heads, microphones, microphone stands…
Yeah. This ain’t your run-of-the-mill gaming desk. Or workstation. Or anything.
Its centralized, angled shape provides quick-access functionality and convenience I want to say is on-par with military-grade (that’s a stretch, but still). With legs and a frame made from strong cold-rolled carbon steel, she’s sturdier than they come, and if you’re worried about the combined weight of the AED70 and your gaming setup making an imprint or scuff on your floor—don’t be. Each leg is affixed with an adjustable leveling foot, which not only protects your floor from undue damage but ensures that whenever you sit down at the AED70 Studio Gaming Desk, you’re sitting down at a completely level, completely even surface. Oh, with a full-surface mousepad. Just because.
The View from Here.
Its two monitor stands can support monitors or whatever else you want, while also doubling as storage shelves, should you choose to arrange your gaming desk that way. It comes with an ergonomic keyboard tray that you can set to whatever height or position you want. Have you been thinking as you’re reading this, “Wow, I wonder if there’s gonna be some more spice to this thing?” To answer your question: RGB lighting emits from the monitor stands. Mhm. And not just plain, solid-color RGB lighting (though you can opt for that, too), but full-spectrum color RGB lighting available in multiple patterns including Cycle and Pulse. Tailor the lightshow to whatever occasion.
Rounding out the plethora of availabilities: dual slots for storing mobile devices, iPads, or e-readers; a cupholder; a headphone hook; a controller stand. Any fears about disarray and a tangle of cords can be put to rest: the AED70 Studio Gaming Desk comes equipped with socket holders and cable management already built into it.
An Embarrassment of Riches.
There’s a reason they named it “Studio,” if you haven’t realized by now. Looking at other gaming desks—even executive desks—that possess comparable functionality, you won’t be able to find something with this much to offer, made from sustainable non-hazardous materials, for (checks notes) $359.99.
I could spend time talking about cons, but it would be time wasted. Anything worth noting in that category, I covered at the beginning. The AED earned its A+ grade.
Get the AED70 Studio Gaming Desk for the ultimate gaming experience, the ideal production setup, the head-of-class workstation. It won’t let you down.
For more valuable information visit this website