Sherbrooke – October 29th, 2020 – Bestar is happy to announce the launch of its new Electra collection designed specifically for people who love PC gaming. As of now, gamers can count on Bestar to provide gaming desks that will meet all of their distinct needs.
Bestar knows that gamers need a proper gaming station to make the most out of their playing time. Thanks to the Electra collection, they don’t need to settle for just a regular desk anymore. Bestar’s new gaming desks are customized to improve the overall PC gaming experience. These desks were designed to maximize gamers’ comfort and performance while adding a stylish and modern touch to their gaming setup. Whether you’re a professional gamer or play just because you love to, Bestar’s Electra gaming desks were made with you in mind.
Bestar paid close attention to gamers’ needs and desires regarding the perfect gaming desk, and the company has designed the Electra desks accordingly. Key features of these new gaming desks include monitor stands made of steel, built-in cup holders, built-in headphone holders, and USB/power outlets. Louis, a potential client and part-time gamer, says, “I believe that the monitor stand is ideal for raising the monitor height to avoid neck and back pain. It also creates more space on the desktop for a keyboard and a mouse.” With these specialized features, the company ensures that gamers can keep everything they need organized and within reach. One thing is sure, Bestar’s new Electra collection will make gamers happy.
Bestar specializes in the production of ready-to-assemble furniture and has been in the manufacturing business for over 70 years. With factories located in Lac-Mégantic and Sherbrooke, Quebec, Bestar is proud to produce the majority of its products in North America. In early 2020, Bestar acquired Bush Industries, its American competitor.
For more information visit https://www.bestar.ca/.
Company Name: Bestar
Contact Person: Philippe Marchesseault, VP of E-Commerce and Digital Marketing
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Phone: 1 888 250-1850
Country: United States