(PRWEB) September 26, 2013
The Paradise desk is a well thought out extension of the users' computer that includes USB, power, audio, video and even lighting. More importantly it seems to be winning over Kickstarter, the crowd funding site with the project being funded in less than 27 hours! Click here to visit.
The Paradise desk is the first desk designed completely for computer enthusiasts and gamers who want a premium desk. The concept stems from the idea that a desk should act like an extension of the computer and all computer devices, including the computer & monitor, directly plugged into the desk. This concept makes it easier to plug in and maneuver devices without awkwardly bending over or reaching behind the computer, as such with current desks. It also allows the user to avoid the tangled wire mess beneath the desk, by plugging in the computer and its devices directly into the desk. The desk encompasses not only power and USB technology, but also audio and even lighting.
The Paradise desk is equipped with 7 USB ports that are strategically placed on the desk’s surface and function to connect to the computer and/or its devices. This is the first concept of its kind and is one of the many ways the Paradise desk is superior to all other computer enthusiast desks. One of the ports is located on the front left side and allows the user to quickly plug in a portable hard drive, USB key, Ipod or even USB head phones, directly into the computer. Nobody enjoys changing the batteries in their wireless mouse or dealing with the mess of cords around their desk, so there are 3 USB ports in the centre of the desk. These ports allow the user the flexibility of plugging in wired or wireless devices, such as a keyboard, mouse, etc. They are hidden within a drawer that swings open to store excess cable. There are 3 more ports located on the back of the desk for larger devices, such as a printer.
The inclusion of power into the pc gaming desk is another unique aspect to the Paradise desk. Not only will this allow to power up the desk and its components, but it also provides fully functioning power plugs to power up the monitor, printer, etc. There are a total of 4 power plugs located near the back of the desk.
Since the user is already plugging in all of their devices into the desk, it only makes sense to plug in their monitor as well. The monitor can be easily plugged into the desk by using a DVI cable, saving the user from wire clutter.
The Paradise desk has 2 light bars located at the back of the desk to illuminate the area behind the monitor. Not only does this provide ambient light but also helps to keep eyes from straining, so the user can work harder or play longer. The light feature is optional. The user can turn the bars on and off as per their preferences.
The desk comes handy with an audio switch located on the right hand side, which allows the user to quickly switch from using their headphones to a stereo sound system, without the need of unplugging or switching settings on their computer.
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