ASUS ROG and Songneng have an amazing concept project in the work. This will interest a lot of gamers for many reasons. The concept shown off by ROG is an elevating glass table with a built-in gaming PC.
Currently, this entire project is a concept, but we have seen images of what the actual product will look like. For those not aware, Songneng is a company that makes adjustable arms for holding a monitor and elevating tables, for work and gaming. The coming elevating table is peculiar to what is already available from Songneng, not only will be a table but a fully working gaming PC.
From the images, we can see that the table will be made of glass with a transparent centre portion. This will reveal the RGB customizations of the gaming PC housing in a compartment within the table. Will this be an ordinary table? No, it’d come with mechanized features and moving parts, it will also have a power inlet to kick-start the built-in PC.
On a closer look at the table, you can see a vent from the transparent glass. This vent will help release heat from the PC cooling process. For those who fancy it, this “table PC” comes with a built-in RGB strip that travels around the edges of the table.
There are some obvious benefits of this ASUS ROG and Songneng project. One of such observations is eliminating over congestion on gaming tables. A regular gaming table houses a monitor, a gaming PC, accessories, etc, often leaving no usable space. With the PC built into the table, there will be lots of space to house other things.
This product isn’t ready for sale yet, as images from the companies are currently concepts. We hope that it’d launch in no distant time, and the specifications of the built-in PC will be made available by ASUS ROG. We hope the ever-growing gaming community welcomes this product with arms opened wide at its launch.