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Lumina Desk: Exciting desk with OLED display and wireless charging

So far, manufacturer Lumina has been offering a smart 4K webcam, but now they are launching the Lumina Desk, an exciting desk that has an integrated OLED display and wireless charging anywhere on its surface.

The Lumina Desk in detail

At first glance, the Lumina Desk is a fairly ordinary black desk, but it has a lot more to offer than it appears. It is 150 cm wide, 75 cm high and can be adjusted in height between 75 cm and 120 cm. The legs are made of sturdy aluminum and stainless steel, and the tabletop is made of matte, reinforced glass.

The first special feature rests in two square 50.8 x 50.8 cm wireless charging pads, each of which allows charging speeds of up to 100 watts and is compatible with all devices that use the Qi standard.

On the front, the Lumina Desk has a hidden bar that houses six power ports and six USB-C ports, and conveniently also hides all cables invisibly under the cover. Charging with a maximum of 120 watts is possible via USB-C, whereby a maximum of 30 watts is offered for each individual port.

Lumina Desk with OLED panel

Furthermore, the Lumina Desk has a built-in OLED display including hardware, which is based on the Lumina OS operating system. Numerous preinstalled apps can be displayed or hidden on it. These include Google Calendar, Google News, Slack, Spotifty, Twitter, Instagram, a clock or Apple’s Messages app.

Thanks to the SDK, you can even integrate your own apps and display them directly on the table. Thus, the desktop is prepared for a variety of scenarios. The manufacturer does not mention details about the OLED display’s resolution, but it comes with a refresh rate of 60 Hz, as well as a maximum brightness of 1,200 nits.

Lumina Desk
Image: Lumina

The top side is also equipped with an oleophobic, or oil-repellent, layer, thanks to which fingerprints should not stand a chance. In addition, the table is compatible with Mac and Windows. When and at what price the Lumina Desk will be offered is currently still completely open. Interested parties can sign up for a newsletter on the manufacturer’s website to get the final details sooner.

Good alternatives, but without OLED display, would be for example the Flexispot E7 or the 3segment premium C, both of which we could already test.

Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Bad Segeberg.

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