Lizard Desk – DIY Computer desk that’ll catch your eye

Lizard Desk DIY Computer desk table

We haven’t seen an eye-candy type of PC case mod in a long time now. But that just changed as this Lizard Desk computer desk caught our eye. This PC desk is built by Awadon from Lodz, Poland who made use of oak wood planks for the counter-top and legs. While for the detailed carvings he made use of beech wood which exemplified the artistic look of this desk table.

Lizard Desk DIY Computer desk table

The CPU is integrated into the structure itself with all the ports and input/output elements on the front right hand side of the table. The keyboard tray retracts back into the table when not in use and gives the owner opportunity to make use of the table in one or more ways possible.

Lizard Desk DIY Computer desk table

Keeping the tech savvy aesthetics of this table in sync, there is a docking station for your smartphone and tablet too. The docking station is made in the shape of standing wood and it gives the desk eye-catching appeal. The LED lights on the front side of the table give it a sci-fi look, especially when looked at in the dark hours.

Lizard Desk DIY Computer desk table

The only downside of the computer desk id the old hardware stuffed into the CPU which can be accessed from the back side of the table in a sliding drawer like format. To be precise the PC is powered by a Core 2 Duo E6600 processor which is not much to speak about.

Lizard Desk DIY Computer desk table

Lizard Desk DIY Computer desk table

Lizard Desk DIY Computer desk table

Lizard Desk DIY Computer desk table

Lizard Desk DIY Computer desk table

Lizard Desk DIY Computer desk table

Lizard Desk DIY Computer desk table

Lizard Desk DIY Computer desk table

Source: Bit-tech

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