The Open Benchtable was officially launched this week, offering the world a wholly unique take on what a benchtable should be. Created by the team at HWBOT and OverClocking-TV with enormous help from manufacturers Streacom, the idea was to create a benchtable that could be used a traveling Overclocker or technical professional.
Ok, some quick details for those of you who are not in the loop. The Open Benchtable is light at only 1.82kg, has an integrated carry handle and contains every component you need with an integrated heavy duty aluminum frame. You don’t even need a screwdriver to get going as the design includes thumbscrews throughout. It’s pretty versatile too, supporting all standard motherboard form factors and up to four VGA cards. The special Community Edition is on sale now for $149 USD.
Until today however we only had access to graphical renderings of the Open Benchtable. Granted they look absolutely stunning, but let’s be honest it’s important to have a look at the actual thing. Which is what has just been added in a news post on the OpenBenctable.com.
To take a look at these stunning images (100% no render), click here to visit the Open Benchtable website. I’m sure you won’t be disappointed.