At first glance, the first thought that popped into my mind was, "that's a unique looking table"...
Weird in a good way, and looks 100x better with a complete setup.
Atlantic has come out with a gaming desk, made for gamers.
It has cup holders, gaming storage space, a charging station, a cable management tray, and you can even feed your cables through the legs.
What makes this table unique is how the legs were designed. They compliment the accessories perfectly and allow you the freedom to move the accessories to whichever spot you find most convenient.
You decide whether you want to use all the accessories, or keep it simple and use none at all...
Regardless, the table is wide enough to support all your essential PC parts, collectibles, and anything else you need to be on your tabletop.
Best Compact Z Shaped Desk
If you like a desk simple, more gamer-like, and enjoy having a theme throughout your whole setup, the Z1-S is a fantastic choice.
The Z1-S comes in a unique Z-shape design used to keep the table sturdy and includes grip on the feet to prevent the desk from moving around.
The table includes a large mouse pad for you to use and is wide enough to fit all of your PC peripherals, even if you are stacked.
Best of all, the table features LED lighting that can be powered by your PC via a USB port.
Best Budget L Shaped Desk
Too often, products that look amazing in photos turn out to be completely different in real life, like when you buy a Big Mac at McDonald's, but they look nothing like what's shown in the commercials... catfished by a burger.
But Walker Edison's Soreno L-Shaped Desk is the exception to that rule. It looks great in the photos and even better in person.
It's a sturdy desk made with a delicate glass finish that looks Bellissimo (Italian for very beautiful).
The table is on the shorter side, width-wise than the other tables, but makes up for it through it's 51" length.
If you love desk space and like the corner desks, this a great option to have and will compliment many setups.
Best Premium Gaming Desk
It was a hard choice choosing between the Arozzi desk or the Turismo desk since both have very similar features, and both are used at LAN competitions.
But given the research provided... and my overall gut feeling, Turismo takes the cake, just slightly.
If you're a fan of Arozzi Gaming desks, then you'll love Turismo's Racing Gaming desk even more.
To put it into perspective, if Arozzi was version 1, Turismo is the improved version v1.5 with slightly more features that make it better.
The two main factors being:
The Turismo Gaming desk is held together through one U-shaped piece of solid steel, which is reliable and more sturdy.
The Turismo Gaming desk has 2 legs on both sides, which are bolted in with 8 screws, which makes it significantly less wobbly.
What makes a gaming desk like this unique is its core features, including a wireless phone charger that's pre-built into the table and mouse padding that covers the entire top surface.
And best of all, the table has a ton of desk space that you can play with. You will never run out of mouse space again, and since the whole table is a mouse pad, you move the mouse as far as you'd like.
Overall, a great choice if you have the budget for it.
Best Minimalistic L Shaped Desk
Maybe you're not a fan of a glass tabletop and want something with a subtle wooden finish.
Well, Le Crozz has designed a 3 piece L shaped desk that's perfect for that minimalistic setup look.
The SHW gaming desk includes a beautifully sleek design and their elegant wooden finish that makes this desk pop out.
The desk is very sturdy, while being lightweight at the same time, and allows you to add a decent amount of capacity on top without worrying about collapsing.
One other feat that Le Crozz's SHW desk was able to achieve is that their 3-piece desk aligns perfectly.
If you set up your peripherals in the middle, you would be crossing over the lines with your mouse, so having perfect alignment will ensure consistent mouse movements (something I learned the hard way).
Overall, this is a great alternative to the glass corner desk by Walker Edison and has a sweet, minimalistic touch.
If you have your desk set up in a dedicated space (which has an open area), you have a lot of leeway with the spacing and can build your room based on the table size.
Check the length and width of the desk and note down how much room it will take.
Create a diagram and visualize where everything is going to go.
Use the width and length of your table and try to draw it to scale on your "blueprint."
This doesn't have to be perfect and should give you an accurate representation of how to structure your room around your desk.
Choose a table that will complement your room's theme or setup, and one that fits your desk.
Buy the desk and hope you measured correctly.
Here's a faster alternative if you're lazy and already have a desk in your room.
Measure your current desks width, length, and height.
Determine whether you want the same size, or if you want more desk space or to be more compact.
Find the table dimensions of the desk you're interested in buying, and guesstimate how you want it to look.
Without doing these steps, you'll end up like me, having a desk that takes up too much space, which leaves less room to move around in.
You want your space to feel spacious, easy to maneuver through, and something you can keep clutter-free so you can let your creative ideas flow.
Being cramped up can give off that claustrophobic vibe in the room. Adding more products will add to the clutter, and you will feel like you have no space to breathe, which will annoy you.
Be sure to plan your room out properly before pulling the trigger on a new desk.
Normal Vs. L-Shape Vs. Height Adjustable
There are 3 types of gaming desks to choose from, and all come with their perks.
Some may better be suited for tinier spaces, like a normal-designed or height adjustable desk since they won't take up as much real estate in the room as an L-shaped/corner desks (since these are longer length-wise).
But depending on how your room is set up, you could also squeeze in an L-shaped desk and save you space in the middle and other corners of the room, so in turn, you might save room with a corner desk.
Have a look at these examples to give you some ideas:
Since the age of 6, Lorenzo has enjoyed gaming on computers. Having grown up in the digital age, the technology revolves around him. He enjoyed growing up gaming throughout his high school years and is now a young adult who does most of his work on his computer. Lorenzo's mission is to make buying products and building PC's an easy and fun experience for all.