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When designing a gaming system, it is easy to get wrapped up in all of the details for the build and forget something as essential as the space that it’ll occupy. While there are some rather extravagant solutions out there, sometimes simple is better, and the Genesis HOLM 510 RGB could fit those needs. This minimalist design offers a number of modern features without breaking the bank and keeps things stylish at a suggested $319 retail price.

Specifications

Height75 cm
Length160 cm
Width75 cm
USB Version3.0
ConstructionBuilt-in USB Hub, Built in wireless charger, Headphone holder, Cup holder, Speaker shelf, Organizer cables
FunctionsWireless charger, Hub USB
Number of USB ports3
MaterialSteel, MDF
ColourBlack
IlluminationYes
EAN5901969431025
Catalog numberNDS-1732

UNLIMITED SPACE

The desk is 160 cm long and 75 cm wide. Its dimensions guarantee a huge usable area on which you can put all the necessary accessories without limiting your movements in the game. Aesthetic carbon finish will allow you to perfectly match the desk to any room and add a touch of elegance. Choose comfort and originality with Holm 510 RGB!

WINNING STYLE

Stand out on the battlefield with extremely effective RGB lighting. The included remote control allows you to control numerous modes and effects, thanks to which you can adjust the illumination to your preferences at any time. Set up bright, strong colours that will give you confidence and indulge in exciting gameplay, and when it’s over, relax and regain strength in the company of soft colours. Create an atmosphere that will allow you to find yourself in another dimension and defeat your opponents in incredible style!

ROBUST CONSTRUCTION

The Genesis Holm 510 RGB desk has been designed with the needs of the most demanding players in mind. The metal structure will guarantee stability and durability, so you can be sure that the desk will remain in place, even during extremely dynamic movements.

MASTER ORGANIZATION

Professional gamers require advanced solutions. That is why the Holm 510 RGB desk is equipped with numerous dedicated shelves and holders that are removable and allow for installation in a convenient place. Shelves for loudspeakers, holders for headphones and a cup will save space on the countertop and arrange the space perfectly. Under the table, there is a cable organizer , thanks to which you will leave the cables hidden and provide them with a safe place to work.

FUNCTIONALITY AND CONVENIENCE

A wireless charger is placed on the surface of the table top, which will allow you to conveniently charge your mobile device and have it at hand at any time . The desk is also equipped with a hub with three USB 3.0 ports and cable glands, thanks to which you can easily connect the necessary equipment and organize cables. Forget about tangled cables and choose the maximum comfort with the Genesis Holm 510 RGB!

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Peter Brosdahl

As a child of the 70’s I was part of the many who became enthralled by the video arcade invasion of the 1980’s. Saving money from various odd jobs I purchased my first computer from a friend of my...

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12 Comments

  1. [QUOTE=”Dan_D, post: 26571, member: 6″]
    Given the price point I’m concerned about build quality.
    [/QUOTE]
    Definite catch-22 though, right?

    I’m here looking for a standing desk at some point too. After I figure out monitors, which depends on video cards, which…

  2. Now RGB in desks. RGB in f*cking furniture. You have got to be kidding me. When will this nonsense end?

  3. [QUOTE=”DrezKill, post: 26603, member: 230″]
    Now RGB in desks. RGB in f*cking furniture. You have got to be kidding me. When will this nonsense end?
    [/QUOTE]
    I’ll give you the same RGB spiel I give for other ‘computer’ stuff: being able to pick a lighting color or scheme is [I]nice[/I].

    It doesn’t have to be a unicorn puke rave lightshow. It can be subtle.

  4. [QUOTE=”LazyGamer, post: 26608, member: 1367″]
    I’ll give you the same RGB spiel I give for other ‘computer’ stuff: being able to pick a lighting color or scheme is [I]nice[/I].

    It doesn’t have to be a unicorn puke rave lightshow. It can be subtle.
    [/QUOTE]
    Yes I know, I’ve done the same with my H100i, and I get on my clients about disabling the default rainbow light shows of their hardware and manually setting a color scheme. But do we honestly need lighting in [I]furniture[/I]? We don’t need to RGB all the things. I thought it was excessive having RGB lighting on DIMMs and SSDs and HDTVs/monitors and whatever the f*ck else, but a f*cking desk?! What’s next, my couch? My bed? My toilet? Computer hardware I can understand, but furniture is just excessive.

  5. [QUOTE=”DrezKill, post: 26630, member: 230″]
    Yes I know, I’ve done the same with my H100i, and I get on my clients about disabling the default rainbow light shows of their hardware and manually setting a color scheme. But do we honestly need lighting in [I]furniture[/I]? We don’t need to RGB all the things. I thought it was excessive having RGB lighting on DIMMs and SSDs and HDTVs/monitors and whatever the f*ck else, but a f*cking desk?! What’s next, my couch? My bed? My toilet? Computer hardware I can understand, but furniture is just excessive.
    [/QUOTE]
    Then don’t look at it from the consumer electronics ‘bling’ perspective, but rather that of ‘smart’ bulbs and so on, a direction toward which I assume and hope that RGB is converging.

    I’m here putting lights behind my monitor just for work comfort, RGB strips behind TVs for the same, and so on. I tend to work and game with the lights low myself, so I can’t say that I’m too bothered by lighting on a desk. I’d probably have wound up doing it myself!

  6. [QUOTE=”Auer, post: 26576, member: 225″]
    No built in Cheetos dispenser, /fail
    [/QUOTE]
    No Hot Pocket dispenser either… /doublefail

  7. [QUOTE=”DrezKill, post: 26603, member: 230″]
    Now RGB in desks. RGB in f*cking furniture. You have got to be kidding me. When will this nonsense end?
    [/QUOTE]
    It’ll never end when you have kids like my son. He came walking into my work-area this weekend while I was working on his new PC and blerted out “Now that’s COOL!”, referencing the RGB fans that were visible from the front of the machine.

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