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Red Harbinger Transforms Your Desk Into a Monster Gaming PC

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Posted: 08:53AM

Sometimes building a no-holds-barred gaming rig not only exhausts both your time and hard-earned cash, but it also consumes a big chunk of your precious living space as well. Newcomer to the customized PC boutique market Red Harbinger attempts to solve that predicament by offering a sizeable desk with enough room for two full-sized PCs and three monitors. Called the Cross, its modular design will allow for two systems to be built inside: one strictly for gaming and the other could be a home server. The Cross is capable of single and dual loop water cooling setups, holding 28 hard drives, 14 fans, and Red Harbinger will customize the desk to your heart's content. Nearly everything you can think of can be customized on the Cross, from custom leg plate logos to LED colors to leg colors and glass tint. You can even have a foot rest, headphone stand, monitor mounts, remote control lighting, and a whole host of other options pre-installed. The Cross features wire management built into the legs, which means you should never see any cables trailing out from your desk.

Peter Brands, creator of the L3P desk, is the director of design at Red Harbinger, so you know there is some pretty impressive talent on hand. While Red Harbinger does not sell the Cross with any hardware inside, you can see what some of its sponsors have outfitted one with at the company's Facebook page. Pricing and availability (expected to be worldwide) of the Cross will be announced soon, and you can be sure to keep it tuned to OCC for more information on it.

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Locutus on March 19, 2012 08:58AM
That's freaking sweet.
Muchoman1 on March 19, 2012 09:05AM
They are so stealing my idea
DustyBaugher on March 19, 2012 09:05AM
I just want the desk :P
That_Guy on March 19, 2012 09:35AM
Looks awesome!
VaporX on March 19, 2012 10:30AM
I want one so bad!!!!!
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Roboduck on March 19, 2012 11:03AM
Don't worry the desk will be available by itself with whatever options you want. :)
John_Grimm on March 19, 2012 11:06AM
The question is for how much? and will they ship international? :D
Nephilumos on March 19, 2012 02:17PM
I keep throwing my wallet at the screen but nothing is happening!
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Anthony on March 20, 2012 09:57AM
How much will just the desk be? and will there be other options for just one computer in it instead of two? do we have options for the components we want in it as well? for example, how many graphics cards or what processor and harddrive size/ram amount?
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Andrew on March 25, 2012 03:03PM
They're not selling the desk with components in, you buy the desk and then fit your own system in it, also pricing hasnt been announced yet

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