Flexispot Comhar EG8 Adjustable Standing Desk Review | TheGamer

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Now, I have had the opportunity to use Flexispot's Comhar EG8 to try it out, and I got the entire vertical desktop printer.

As someone who worked at home before we all had to, I was vaguely aware of ergonomics. However, as a poor, struggling writer in New York, I never had the cash flow to invest in a new desk. This led me to cancel trends such as expensive gaming chairs and standing desks. If you can sit, who wants to stand up? During the retail period, I had enough work on my feet. Now I have the opportunity to try 

, But I get it.

You may be familiar with the concept of a standing desk, but EG8 takes it one step further. Yes, thanks to a little electric motor, it can move up and down (up to 48 inches high). But it also has safety and convenience features, you may not realize the need for a standing desk. The four buttons are used as memory presets to record the preferred height. The lock button allows children (and energetic dogs,

) To avoid accidentally moving the table and hurting yourself. In any case, because desks have the ability to automatically detect collisions and stop moving, they should not be able to do so.

In practice, I was surprised by its ease of use. It's not that I expect the concept of "up and down" to bother me, but Flexispot makes the setup seamless. Right out of the box. All you have to do is to tighten the leg and insert it. The motor is fixed and ready for use. I also like the three USB ports on the front of the desk for easy charging. When I shared a desk with my girlfriend, the memory preset also came in handy. There are four sets of heights for us to stand and sit.

Look, the research there may explain these things better than me. After using it for about two weeks, I can only say that the standing option is good. As someone who has to work eight hours in front of a computer screen every day, I need to be able to make some changes to my physical and mental health. With the push of a button, I can take my settings to a whole new level, which is a great way to break up work. You will be surprised that a small adjustment can shake your thinking.

The same is true for games-if I find that I have invested too much in Battlefield 2 games, I will muster the courage and return to the game. Compared with these 258 levels, I was still very rubbish, but after standing up, I began to show more map awareness.

As a standard desk, EG8 can provide a lot of space and a clean and professional appearance. I have a pure white EG8 with a glass finish. The simple design means that it should be consistent with the aesthetic style of any home office or student room. In other words, as a gamer, I do have some small problems. There is no built-in cable management solution. This is what i like my function

, It is cheaper than EG8. It also lacks cup holders and headphone holders, as well as other conveniences provided by gaming-based desks. On the other hand, the USB port is very convenient for the charging controller.

Before most people are vaccinated, there are still a few months to stay at home. Even if this is not the case, many companies are still permanently switching to this model. Therefore, if you find that your home is now your office, then an upgrade is very likely. A standing desk is an excellent investment that can help your body and mind bear the tedium of being at home all day long. This is especially true if you need to use your desk as a gaming table at the same time.

As a desk, Comhar EG8 is something you should consider. Its stylish design and convenient functions make it surpass ordinary standing desks. As a gaming table, EG8 is adequate for your multi-monitor setup, but lacks cable management. As a multifunctional desk, it is definitely worth considering.

Sergio is the chief news editor of TheGamer. But usually he will ask people to call him "Serg" because he wants to sound cool, just like the guy from Down of System. He started to work as a conference reporter for FLiP Magazine and Radio Albany’s "Shaw Report" to get the Comic-Con badge for free. Eventually, he realized that he likes to talk to game developers and discover strange new indie games. Now, he brings his love of weird games to TheGamer, where he tries to talk about them in a clickable way so that you gradually like them too. When he doesn't emphasize how to do it, he is DM, Bahamut's Cleric, cosplay boyfriend and occasional actor.

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