Tables to work standing up and then play sitting down: new Newskill Belenor

When it comes to having a workspace where to place our PC and the peripherals that accompany it, it is important to know how to choose the desk on which they will be placed. That is why if you are looking to change your work area or, failing that, get a better one, you should take a look at the new Newskill tables, named Belenor and Belenor Pro. Are they up to what is expected of them? Let’s see it.

There is a reason why we do not recommend using conventional desktops to mount our setup. The first of these is the fact that they are not prepared for the tangle of cables that we usually see on PCs. The second is that the wood can be scratched and all this without forgetting that they are not designed to place a tower on top. Something that we always recommend against the tendency to leave them on the floor or boxed. Well, Newskill has just launched its new range of tables and its features have caught our attention.

How are Newskill’s Belenor tables?

We are faced with two different models of different gaming tables, where the main difference between the two is found in the fact that the model Belenor Pro can be adjusted in height between 72 and 122 cm, with integrated controls for it on the table itself. The maximum weight it supports is 80kg weight. While the standard version cannot be adjusted in height, it supports up to 200kg weight. Both PC desks are built with a strong reinforced metal frame.

As for the work surface of the Belenor range, this is carbon textured melaminewith dimensions of 120 cm long and 60 cm deep, with carbon fiber effect on both models. Which will allow you to easily move the mouse across the surface without any problem. So you will have enough to be able to place two monitors on the desk and on top of that you will have plenty of space for other things. Also, if you’re one of those people who gets nervous seeing limes, have a cable management systemapart from the classic hook, to leave the wireless headphones when you are not using them.

In general, these are two tables that are ideal for setting up a complex setup with which to play, especially a next-generation gaming tower dominated by the mammoth and impressive NVIDIA RTX 4090. As well as the towers with the new and powerful power supplies that are coming.

Variants, price and availability

If you are one of the people who are not convinced by black, both the Belenor Gaming table and its Pro model are also blank, so it will not clash with the rest of the room you use to play or work. As for its release date, you can already find them for sale. The price of the standard model is €149.95 while the height-adjustable Pro model comes out €349.95.

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