Next to the USB ports and the dials are the adjustable height controls, which are very similar to other sit-stand desks. You can have it as low as 67.5 centimeters or as high as 116 centimeters. I tried it out for a few minutes and the desk does go up and down as promised, and at a pretty decent speed. I also really liked the look and feel of the desk-based PC in general -- not having messy wires everywhere makes for one of the cleanest and most minimal desktop PC designs I've seen.
That said, the DK-04 is quite spendy, starting at $1,499 just for the barebones desk. Still, it makes for a pretty compelling option for those who want a DIY gaming rig that has potential health benefits too.
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