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The New Thermaltake ToughDesk 300 with Built-in RGB Mouse Pad and CyberChair E500

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – January 10th, 2020Thermaltake, a leading brand in PC DIY for cooling, gaming gear, and memory solutions, proudly presents the ToughDesk 300 with Built-in RGB Mouse Pad and CyberChair E500. New technology and extensive functions of the desk and chair allow users to work and game with space, style and comfort!  

The ToughDesk 300 with built-in RGB mouse pad is designed for multi-monitor gaming setups, with plenty of space to equip a full tower chassis, multi-monitors and gaming peripherals, giving users the freedom to build their battle station without hassle.

In terms of height adjustments, the ToughDesk 300 with built-in RGB mouse pad consists of electrical adjustment buttons that alter between 27.5”/70cm to 43.3”/110cm, in both sitting and/or standing positions, while providing four height level preset options for convenient programming. Additional features include the cable management system, which provides spacious cable storage to keep the station organized and clutter-free; the frame design is premium steel that holds up 330 pounds (150kg) of weight capacity; and the desk dimensions are L 62.9” x W 31.4” (L 160cm x W 80cm).

The ToughDesk 300 includes a 4mm full surface RGB mouse pad that is balanced for speed and control, with dimensions landing at L 62.9” x W 31.4” (L 160cm x W 80cm). The illuminating XXL mouse pad comes with 16.8M RGB color illumination and 8 dynamic lighting effects; brightness, speed and direction of the lighting effects are customizable via the iTAKE engine software. The mouse pad’s lighting effects can be synced with TT RGB PLUS compatible products to complete the ecosystem in uniformity. The mouse pad also works with Razer Chroma, enabling gaming and RGB lighting effect synchronizations. Furthermore, it is compatible with Amazon Alexa Voice Service that lets you control the lights by talking to an Alexa enabled device.

The CyberChair E500 is made of permeable mesh cushion that is highly-breathable, and the back structure is built with aluminum to extend its longevity while remaining stylish. The CyberChair E500 offers high adjustability ranging from headrest, seat depth, height adjustment, and wire-control mechanism with multi lockable positions to reach maximum comfort. Furthermore, users are able to relax and immerse the body with up to 117 degrees of back angle inclination.

Aside from the extensive sitting positions focusing on the neck and back, the CyberChair E500 also provides multidirectional armrests that are adjustable in height and width to relieve wrist pressure and muscle strain of the forearms.

Finally, the CyberChair E500 is constructed with 5-star aluminum base, its sturdy frame work is designed to support a max load of 330 lb (150 kg), with 3” wide and large caster wheels that further enhances the stability whilst providing quieter operation and greater movement.

Further information on Thermaltake at CES 2020 is available on our dedicated website: https://ces.thermaltake.com/2020/

Availability, Warranty and Pricing

The ToughDesk 300 with built-in RGB mouse pad and CyberChair E500 will be available in Q1 via the TT Premium online store, authorized retailers and distributors. Both the desk and chair are backed by a two-year warranty and supported by the Thermaltake worldwide customer service and technical support network. For up-to-date pricing, please refer to the Thermaltake website or contact your local Thermaltake sales or PR representative.

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