the ultimate desk?

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  1. ryan112ryan

    ryan112ryan New Member

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    so i have alot of computer stuff, 2 comps, 2 screens etc. help me out and show me some awsome desks, it doesn't matter if it looks like crap, i need somthing that has lots of space, is designed with comps in mind, cable management and power mabye functionality over looks good, both is better

    so?
     
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    those things look awful, i heard they are around 5000 bucks too. there isn't enough space by a long shot on those things
     
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    Would that work? Put a comp and each part of the L and seems like it'd be alright. Cords and all that might not work, but and L desk seems like it should work. Look into them.
     
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    waste of materials
     
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    Lian-li makes some crazy desks. Expensive also.
     
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    hiding cables is a bitch with those desks.....:(
     
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    -=>The Cheapo Solution<=-

    Keep in mind, that price is in Canuck, so, maybe 30$ each american? The lower shelf can easily hold a Printer/Scanner combo and a UPS, that rung halfway between the the tabletop and the low shelf is a cable channel. The surface is perforated steel, so you can do all kinds of "bolt on" solutions. Really modular, it's a snap to cobble several together. The rear casters mean you can lift up the front end and wheel the whole thing around, even with a pile of heavy equipment loaded onto it.

    It's quite small, but if you get two, you can use the mouse surface extension to clip both together into one unit, producing a large work surface.

    Dirt cheap, modular. Easy to "hack".
     
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    First, invest in a KVM to eliminate one monitor.
     
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    have you seen prices on those?
     
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    i have one, but i run dual screens
    dual>*
     

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