Throughout this site, we endeavour to help others to recognise and locate great seating when gaming or sitting for long hours at a time.
However, we wanted to mention another part of improving the PC gaming or just sitting at a desk experience, and that’s with a gaming desk.
Let’s be clear. We could name any table we play on a “gaming PC desk” simply by having our tower/rig, monitors, peripherals set up and on it for the purpose of gaming.
But, we’re talking about a computer desk with efficient use of space, modern ergonomic design, adjustability. Built specifically for those who sit or stand at a station for long periods of time.
Like purchasing a gaming chair, we want to make sure to learn about the many options that make up the best gaming desks available.
Do you need single or dual monitor arms, a CPU holder, and good wire management?
You may also need an unobstructed space beneath the desk so that your legs and feet are free to move around.
Later, we will list a few higher quality to cheap gaming desks to suit anyone’s budget and needs.
But first, let’s have a look at some of the criteria that make up a good gaming desk.
When deciding on the best gaming computer desk for your needs you’ll want to use the following categories to break it down:
Cheap & Basic: If you are looking for a cheap gaming desk, we have selected a few that are popular and quite functional to many gamers.
L-shaped Corner Desks perfect for utilising corner space in which you can span the table area across the length of the walls. Thus reserving the middle area of the room for movement.
Standing/Sitting Desk Just sitting at a desk is no longer the only option. Standing desks are the new way to work or play at a table. Some even come with a treadmill to exercise while at your station (set the height of the desk to your exact specifications).
Multi-tier Desk Either extra shelving or having separate tiers for your keyboard, mouse, and other peripherals can also cut down on wasted space and assign a place to each of them.