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Arozzi Arena Gaming Desk Review

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   Thanks to high demand there's nothing stopping the gaming peripherals market from expanding to all directions and leaving out the usual keyboards, mice and headsets which help gamers all over the world to enjoy gaming it's because of the somewhat recent introduction/arrival of gaming chairs that they can now spend many hours in front of their screens without getting as tired. Of course good ergonomic chairs predate gaming models by at least over a decade but we all know how much gamers care about looks and nothing really beats a chair based on a bucket racing seat. Still when the first gaming chairs made their debut 2-3 years ago we all asked the obvious question which was what about a gaming desk? Well it did take a while for that to happen but our friends over at Arozzi did announce and release their very own solution called the Arena Gaming Desk which has taken its place in our lab for the past 2 months.

   Arozzi is a Swedish company founded in 2013. Arozzi gaming chairs are built in the spirit of Esports and feature ergonomic design with high levels of comfort. Our products have a refined aesthetic that draws inspiration from the world of motorsports. Each Arozzi chair can be finely adjusted to your needs to ensure you are in the best position to achieve your next victory, whatever the game!

   Since the Arena Gaming Desk by Arozzi is just that (a desk) don't expect anything out of the ordinary so we're basically talking about three large pieces of medium-density 20mm thick fiberboard (MDF) placed and secured on a steel frame that has two height adjustable legs. The metal parts are powder coated (they should last for many years) and a single cutout (which can either be used for cable management/routing or for monitor arms) is placed at the top front of each of the three MDF boards (a cloth net located just under them can be used to "hide" cables). The Arena Gaming Desk is currently available in 5 colors (red, black, green, white and blue) and gets shipped with a very large (by large we mean it covers the entire top surface of the desk), rather thick (5mm) and heavy (3.2Kg) mouse pad that features a water resistant and machine washable microfiber cloth surface. This mouse pad comes in two different designs so depending on which color you choose you can have it with an almost entirely black surface or with a large red Arozzi logo (check the outro/conclusion picture if you want to see exactly what we're talking about). So Arozzi has done well in the past since their gaming chairs are very good but what about their very first gaming desk?