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Lian Li announce their DK-12 and DK-16 height adjustable desks

Lian Li announce their DK-12 and DK-16 height adjustable desks

Lian Li announce their DK-12 and DK-16 height adjustable desks

Lian Li announce their DK-12 and DK-16 height adjustable desks

 

Lian Li has announced their new DK-12 and DK-16 height adjustable desks, which can hold loads of up to 120 kg or 80 kg respectively and contains integrated electric motors for easy height adjustment. 

Sit stand functionality is beneficial for those that work long hours at a desk, allowing workers to gain quite a lot of positive health benefits by enabling workers to alternate between sitting and standing modes throughout the day. Some recent studies have also claimed that standing desks can allow workers to suffer less fatigue and boost productivity. 

The desk surface itself is made from particle board, which has a black leather textured waterproof finish and is held on a frame that is made of Iron and Aluminium. At the right-hand side of the desk, there is a panel that will allow users to automatically set the desk to 4 set heights as well as adjust the height of the desk manually between 695mm to 1185mm.   

  

Lian Li announce their DK-12 and DK-16 height adjustable desks

 

The Lian Li DK-12 desk measures in at 1400mm wide and 750mm deep, with the larger DK-16 measuring in at 2100mm wide and 80mm deep, giving users plenty of space to hold a PC and your chosen monitor/workspace configuration.

Remember that this desk can hold a maximum load of 80kg (120kg for the DK-12), so the sit/stand functionality of this desk should function with nearly any PC configuration on top. 

 

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Lian Li's DK-12 mechanical sit/stand desk is already available to purchase with an MSRP of $899.99, with the larger DK-16 launching later in the year at the price of $1099.99. 

Those in the UK can already purchase the DK-12 from Overclockers UK for £879.95

 

You can join the discussion on Lian Li's DK-12 and DK-16 mechanical sit/stand desks on the OC3D Forums.

 

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Most Recent Comments

17-08-2016, 13:39:39

Sgasus
Leg of the desk look very sharp , becareful walking pass . It is too expensive for the price of the poor design desk .Quote

17-08-2016, 14:25:37

Chrazey
Now is it just me that think those prices are rather hefty?...Quote

17-08-2016, 15:17:54

Sliceoflife
the prices are retarded for a desk....Quote

17-08-2016, 17:07:42

Thelosouvlakia
Ikea has the "BEKANT" system. It's 500Euro for the electric base and another 50-100 euros for the desk....Quote

17-08-2016, 19:00:48

jimma47
The price isn't too bad for a commercially produced desk when you factor in 'Lian Li' - They've never really been budget orientated and they have a really good weight capacity. You can basically stand on them.

We have a few sit/stand workstations and they're around $1000 AUD each, electronically adjustable but no memory function which would be handy.

I use mine standing up probably 90% of the time hence the anti-fatigue mat. Definitely recommended. The only thing I dislike about mine is that there's no cable management at all. Excuse the mess it's been a crazy week.

http://i1016.photobucket.com/albums/...psc8syvacp.jpg

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Originally Posted by Sgasus View Post
Leg of the desk look very sharp , becareful walking pass . It is too expensive for the price of the poor design desk .
You're not going to trip over the legs unless you walk under the desk..Quote
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