Corsair Platform 6 Elevate Modular Computer Desk Review

Source: Tech Power Up added 16th Nov 2023

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I would like to thank Corsair for supplying the review sample.

Corsair has always had a mission to offer everything a user would want in regards to their computing environment. On top of that, with acquisitions of streaming focused brands, providing a desk which allow for integration of all those aspects into a cohesive workspace actually does make a lot of sense. The Corsair Platform 6 we are reviewing here, is a modular computer desk, in three different variants. At the top of the line, there is the Creators Edition, which does not only include a standing desk, but a whole back storage wall called “Elgato Multi frame” with shelving and the place things like keyboards and peripherals or speakers in a nice, tidy fashion. In the middle of the product stack, there is the Elevate variant – which is the one we are reviewing here today. It is essentially the same as the Creators Edition, but forgoes the back wall and shelving. At the simpler end, you may also go for a classic desk, which is not height adjustable, simply called the Platform 6.

Desk Size

  • Desktop Dimensions: 72″ (L) x 30″ (W) | 180 cm (L) x 76 cm (W)
  • Desk Height (Adjustable): 29″-48″ | 74-122 cm
  • Desktop Thickness: 1″ | 2.5 cm

Power / Controls

  • Power Strip (Desk): 3x Power, 1x USB-A, 1x USB-C
  • Power Strip (Loose): 6x Power, 2x USB-A
  • Leg Motors: Dual
  • Height Controller: Up/Down, Mem1, Mem2, Display
  • Weight Capacity: 330 lbs | 150 kg

Monitor Arm

  • Weight Limit: 18 lbs | 8 kg per arm
  • VESA: 75×75 mm, 100×100 mm
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