I’m not sure gaming desks are really a thing, but Razer might make them one with Project Sophia, a new design concept it’s introducing at CES 2022. The desk is sleek, but definitely looks like Razer designed it, which depending on your taste for Chroma, might stop you in your tracks.
The desk features a variety of optional modules to adapt to what you’re doing throughout the day. Razer imagines detachable screens, a digitizer and stylus for design work, or attachments for the company’s Razer Kiyo webcam for conference calls.
Like Razer’s other concepts, there are no guarantees Sophia becomes a mass-produced, purchasable product. Still, Razer’s Zephyr mask started as Project Hazel before it became a real bonafide product. Who’s to say Project Sophia can’t do the same?
According to Razer, the Enki Pro Hypersense provides physical feedback in games and movies with 65,000 haptic variations for various textures and motions and 1.5 inches of vertical and backward tilt.
It sounds like a theme park ride for your games, except it lives in your office, assuming it’s actually feasible to purchase.