PC modders have been building their PCs into desks for quite some time now. However if you’re not exactly a DIY-er, you’ll have a tough time achieving the same sleek effect with your rig. Well Lian Li, a popular PC case and accessory maker, has come to the rescue with the DK-01 and DK-02 that are a cross between computer desk and PC chassis.
The DK-01 is the smaller of the two, which accommodates an HPTX motherboard and has four USB 3.0 ports. On the other hand, the DK-02 has room for both an HPTX and mini-ITX motherboard, twice the USB 3.0 ports as the DK-01, not to mention 10 expansion slots in case you need it.
The DK-01 and DK-02 are priced at $900 and $1,200 respectively, but keep in mind you still have to buy the components that will go into your desk/PC. These are pretty niche products, so there’s only a slim chance that Lian Li will bring them to our shores. Still, there’s no reason we can’t hope for it to happen. Or maybe you could brush up on your DIY skills and build one yourself.