The hardware experts from SPC Gear have introduced three new gaming tables in a comprehensive presentation round. With the GD700, the manufacturer primarily wants to score with a durable design and plenty of space for gaming accessories. Fans of a tidy look should be happy about the cable management.
Optionally, the table is also electrically height-adjustable as the GD700E. In addition, the Polish company has introduced the GD100 Onyx White, a white offshoot of its GD100. It, too, is supposed to be characterized by good cable management and other features. We take a closer look at the three models.
GD700E gaming table with electric height adjustment
The newly introduced GD700E is undoubtedly the flagship among the three new gaming tables. Here, SPC Gear relies on an operating scheme that we also know from other height-adjustable desks. The table can be raised and lowered easily via a panel, which is located on the front of the tabletop.
With the help of the electric drive, one should be able to adjust the height continuously to one’s own wishes. Thus, table heights between 73 and 120 cm are possible. To make it easier to switch between the different heights, four different levels can be stored. Those who don’t need electric height adjustment can also opt for the conventional GD700.
SPC Gear spends both the GD700 and the GD700E an extensive cable management to provide order in the gaming setup. Among other things, the practical metal tray is used for this. This is located directly under the tabletop and serves as a storage area for a power strip.
Thanks to the integrated holes, you can conveniently insert the power plugs into the cable bar. With the help of the three (left, center, right) rear-mounted cutouts with a size of 5 cm, SPC Gear facilitates the mounting of monitors. Really chic is the scratch-resistant veneer with carbon finish.
GD100 now also available in Onyx White
If you want to be a little daring with the design of your gaming setup, you should check out the GD100 in the now available version in chic Onyx White. In addition to a chic silver and white look, the gaming desk offers a compact size that should fit in any setup, according to the manufacturer.
Still, even large ATX cases should fit on the GD100. A real eye-catcher is the carbon pattern, which is found in the coating. The coating should not only look good, but also give the table resistance.
Price and availability
All three new additions are available now. For the SPC Gear GD700E, the Polish hardware expert calls for an MSRP of 369.99 euros. The version without electric height adjustment, in turn, costs 279.99 euros. For its white, compact GD100 Onyx White, SPC wants to charge an MSRP of 214.99 euros.