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Forbes Review: Hexcal Studio Is The Ultimate Power And Lighting System For Office Desks
  Mark Sparrow Date: Jun 21, 2024 (updated Jun 25, 2024) Original Post: Hexcal Studio Is The Ultimate Power And Lighting System For Office Desks (forbes.com)   Support your monitors and computer on this deluxe desk organizer from Hexcal. The Studio has eight power outlets, cable tidying, inner compartment, adjustable height, USB charging, wireless charging and superb integrated task lighting. This week I’ve been spending some time with the Hexcal Studio, not such much a technical gadget as a piece of deluxe office furniture that just happens to incorporate one of the best cable-management and power systems ever produced. It also includes an advanced lighting system, USB ports and a heavy-duty stand that can support a couple of large displays. The Hexcal Studio doesn’t come cheap but this is the kind of product aimed at senior executives and their assistants. If the editor of Vogue wanted a desk organizer, this is probably what they would choose. The product oozes high quality and has been well thought out by its team of designers. Hexcal is based in Albany, NY, and the team behind the Studio comprises scientists, engineers, architects and artists from prestigious institutions such as Oxford, UPenn and Imperial College, as well as industry giants like Google, Boeing and Deloitte. It’s a pedigree outfit and the company is seeking to revolutionize the way we think about how we work at our desks. Workspaces are a hot topic now that more of us are working from home.  The Hexcal Studio is an incredibly stylish desk riser with built-in and adjustable LED lighting, power outlets, cable management and charging ports. This Studio is made with top-grade materials. It’s ideal for someone who needs a slew of technology on their desk but who doesn’t want a spaghetti jumble of power and data cables that can make a stylish office look like a regional generating station. The Hexcal Studio consists of a long and deep plank-sized trestle table with an inner compartment where cables and power supplies can be safely stowed away. The Hexcal Studio sits on stylish stainless-steel legs which come in short and medium lengths. The two sets of legs can be joined to increase the height of the riser. There are even optional extra legs to raise the height even further. The Studio is imposing and measures 47.3 inches long, which is around 120cm. I took one look at it and thought: “I’m going to need a bigger desk!” The width and depth of the Studio measure 8.7 inches. The top cover of the Hexcal Studio is removable and can be locked in place with two clever magnetic latches. Inside is a compartment where you can neatly coil all your power cables and store the power bricks for displays, printers and other peripherals. I reviewed the UK version of the Hexcal Studio, which has standard UK power sockets, but there are also versions for North American, EU, and Australian outlets, which all take their power from a master cable that plugs into a mains power supply. Inside the Hexcal Studio there is a compartment for storing power supplies, cables and hubs. The power supply can power up to 14 items with a total current of 15A, which is enough to run most of the items you need like computer, displays, printer, hubs and other gadgets. It also has USB charging ports and a wireless charging pad. The eight power distribution sockets sit neatly at the back of the Studio and the cables and power supplies can then be routed through one of the most well-designed cable management systems I’ve ever seen. As well as supplying power to all the outlets, the mains cable also powers two USB charging ports and that large Qi wireless charging mat on the left side. The mat can be used for topping up wireless earbuds and smartphones. Finally, the power input is also used for the advanced integrated desk lighting system that’s built into the Hexcal Studio. An LED strip light runs the full length of the Hexcal Studio and there’s a control panel of buttons for adjusting the settings on the underside of the Studio. The LED is in three segments: left, center and right. The segments can be controlled separately and there are controls for intensity and temperature. Settings can be saved and favorited for recall later. There are also controls for resetting the entire power distribution system which can shut off the power to all the devices. This makes things so much easier when you are shutting everything down at the end of the day. The Hexcal Studio's built-in LED strip lighting can be controlled with levels for brightness and temperature to suit the way you work. On the left side of the Hexcal Studio, there is a USB-C charging port with up to 9V and 3A output. There is also a second power port but using a legacy USB-A connector. Finally, two USB-A hub ports that can carry data back to your host computer via ports inside the Hexcal Studio’s internal compartment. The Studio is rated to support a weight up to 45kg which is more than enough even for a couple of 32-inch monitors. As mentioned, the Hexcal Studio is as much a piece of furniture as it is a technology product. You’re paying for premium materials and a stylish design that will give any office an edge in situations where looks matter. No one wants to walk into a design studio or architect’s office and see messy cables everywhere and little thought is paid to how the work environment works. Incidentally, if the price of the Hexcal Studio puts you off or is too big for your desk, then consider the Anker 675 USB-C Docking Station as an alternative. It offers some of what the Hexcal Studio has but in a smaller form. However, there is no lighting and neither do you get superb cable management. However, it’s a much cheaper alternative but still well made. The extenders for the Hexcal Studio's legs are stored in the internal compartment so they won't get lost. Verdict: The build quality and materials used on the Hexcal Studio are top-notch, but then they should be considering the price of this desk organizer. Even the stainless-steel legs feel premium and make the whole product look stylish and expensive. You need a large desk to accommodate this beast of a desk organizer but it’s perfect for accommodating a couple of large displays. The power outlets are what makes the Hexcal Studio a game changer. Not only do the outlets let you tidy up all those power bricks and snaking cables, but they also let you turn everything on and off with a single switch. The strip lighting is another great feature and it looks so cool in a darkened office at night when the main lights are turned down and the LEDs are lighting up your desk with a glow ranging from daylight to tungsten.Pricing & Availability: The Hexcal Studio is available now and costs $899. More info: www.hexcal.com Tech Specs: Power outlets: 8. Type-C Quick Charging Port: 9V/3A (PD Protocol): x 1. USB Quick Charging Port: 9V/3A (QC Protocol): x 1. Wireless charger: 1 x 20W Max / 10W Each / Qi Protocol. USB Bridging Port: Supports USB 2.0 Data Transmission / BC 1.2 Charging Protocol: x 2. CRI: 95%. Temperature control: 16 levels. Intensity Control: 16 levels. Emission range control: 20 – 40''. Single leg mode: 47.3 x 8.7 x 5.9 inches. Double leg mode: 47.3 x 8.7 x 7.1 inches. Third legs can be applied for even higher bottom space. Compartment size: 40 x 6 x 1.6 inches. Weight: 21.7 lbs. Surface load limit: < 101 lbs.

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Testbericht zum Hexcal Single Monitor Arm und Desk Mat Bundle – Attraktiv, funktional und komfortabel
Der Hexcal Einzelmonitorarm Und Schreibtischunterlage-Paket sind nette Tools, die das Arbeiten am Schreibtisch angenehmer machen. Der Monitorarm ist robust und gut verarbeitet, schafft Platz auf unserem Schreibtisch und verfügt über mehrere Gelenkpunkte, mit denen der Monitor in die bequemste Position gebracht werden kann. Der Monitor lässt sich leicht bewegen, aber es ist etwas schwieriger, die Höhe und den Anzeigewinkel genau einzustellen (da die Spannschrauben des Monitorarms festgezogen werden müssen). Die VESA-Schnellspannplatte aus Kunststoff ist ein schwaches Glied, das sich bei bestimmten Einstellungen verbiegt. Darüber hinaus ist die VESA-Halterung etwas locker, wenn sie am Monitorarm befestigt ist, wodurch der Monitor ein wenig wackelt und die Neigungs- und Schwenkbereiche begrenzt sind (Neigungsbereich: +60° ~ -60°, Schwenkbereich: +90° ~ -90°). Die Schreibtischunterlage ist schön, weil sie halbstarr ist und in einem flachen Karton geliefert wurde, sodass sie weder Falten noch gerollte Ecken aufweist. Sie hat außerdem eine rutschfeste Oberfläche darunter, damit sie nicht verrutscht. Die Handballenauflage haftet magnetisch an der Schreibtischunterlage und besteht aus Memory-Schaum, was sie sehr bequem macht. Der Einzelner Monitorarm Und Schreibtischunterlage-Paket sind teuer, aber gut verarbeitet und werten das Aussehen Ihrer Schreibtischeinrichtung auf.

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Forbes Review: Hexcal Studio Is The Ultimate Power And Lighting System For Office Desks
  Mark Sparrow Date: Jun 21, 2024 (updated Jun 25, 2024) Original Post: Hexcal Studio Is The Ultimate Power And Lighting System For Office Desks (forbes.com)   Support your monitors and computer on this deluxe desk organizer from Hexcal. The Studio has eight power outlets, cable tidying, inner compartment, adjustable height, USB charging, wireless charging and superb integrated task lighting. This week I’ve been spending some time with the Hexcal Studio, not such much a technical gadget as a piece of deluxe office furniture that just happens to incorporate one of the best cable-management and power systems ever produced. It also includes an advanced lighting system, USB ports and a heavy-duty stand that can support a couple of large displays. The Hexcal Studio doesn’t come cheap but this is the kind of product aimed at senior executives and their assistants. If the editor of Vogue wanted a desk organizer, this is probably what they would choose. The product oozes high quality and has been well thought out by its team of designers. Hexcal is based in Albany, NY, and the team behind the Studio comprises scientists, engineers, architects and artists from prestigious institutions such as Oxford, UPenn and Imperial College, as well as industry giants like Google, Boeing and Deloitte. It’s a pedigree outfit and the company is seeking to revolutionize the way we think about how we work at our desks. Workspaces are a hot topic now that more of us are working from home.  The Hexcal Studio is an incredibly stylish desk riser with built-in and adjustable LED lighting, power outlets, cable management and charging ports. This Studio is made with top-grade materials. It’s ideal for someone who needs a slew of technology on their desk but who doesn’t want a spaghetti jumble of power and data cables that can make a stylish office look like a regional generating station. The Hexcal Studio consists of a long and deep plank-sized trestle table with an inner compartment where cables and power supplies can be safely stowed away. The Hexcal Studio sits on stylish stainless-steel legs which come in short and medium lengths. The two sets of legs can be joined to increase the height of the riser. There are even optional extra legs to raise the height even further. The Studio is imposing and measures 47.3 inches long, which is around 120cm. I took one look at it and thought: “I’m going to need a bigger desk!” The width and depth of the Studio measure 8.7 inches. The top cover of the Hexcal Studio is removable and can be locked in place with two clever magnetic latches. Inside is a compartment where you can neatly coil all your power cables and store the power bricks for displays, printers and other peripherals. I reviewed the UK version of the Hexcal Studio, which has standard UK power sockets, but there are also versions for North American, EU, and Australian outlets, which all take their power from a master cable that plugs into a mains power supply. Inside the Hexcal Studio there is a compartment for storing power supplies, cables and hubs. The power supply can power up to 14 items with a total current of 15A, which is enough to run most of the items you need like computer, displays, printer, hubs and other gadgets. It also has USB charging ports and a wireless charging pad. The eight power distribution sockets sit neatly at the back of the Studio and the cables and power supplies can then be routed through one of the most well-designed cable management systems I’ve ever seen. As well as supplying power to all the outlets, the mains cable also powers two USB charging ports and that large Qi wireless charging mat on the left side. The mat can be used for topping up wireless earbuds and smartphones. Finally, the power input is also used for the advanced integrated desk lighting system that’s built into the Hexcal Studio. An LED strip light runs the full length of the Hexcal Studio and there’s a control panel of buttons for adjusting the settings on the underside of the Studio. The LED is in three segments: left, center and right. The segments can be controlled separately and there are controls for intensity and temperature. Settings can be saved and favorited for recall later. There are also controls for resetting the entire power distribution system which can shut off the power to all the devices. This makes things so much easier when you are shutting everything down at the end of the day. The Hexcal Studio's built-in LED strip lighting can be controlled with levels for brightness and temperature to suit the way you work. On the left side of the Hexcal Studio, there is a USB-C charging port with up to 9V and 3A output. There is also a second power port but using a legacy USB-A connector. Finally, two USB-A hub ports that can carry data back to your host computer via ports inside the Hexcal Studio’s internal compartment. The Studio is rated to support a weight up to 45kg which is more than enough even for a couple of 32-inch monitors. As mentioned, the Hexcal Studio is as much a piece of furniture as it is a technology product. You’re paying for premium materials and a stylish design that will give any office an edge in situations where looks matter. No one wants to walk into a design studio or architect’s office and see messy cables everywhere and little thought is paid to how the work environment works. Incidentally, if the price of the Hexcal Studio puts you off or is too big for your desk, then consider the Anker 675 USB-C Docking Station as an alternative. It offers some of what the Hexcal Studio has but in a smaller form. However, there is no lighting and neither do you get superb cable management. However, it’s a much cheaper alternative but still well made. The extenders for the Hexcal Studio's legs are stored in the internal compartment so they won't get lost. Verdict: The build quality and materials used on the Hexcal Studio are top-notch, but then they should be considering the price of this desk organizer. Even the stainless-steel legs feel premium and make the whole product look stylish and expensive. You need a large desk to accommodate this beast of a desk organizer but it’s perfect for accommodating a couple of large displays. The power outlets are what makes the Hexcal Studio a game changer. Not only do the outlets let you tidy up all those power bricks and snaking cables, but they also let you turn everything on and off with a single switch. The strip lighting is another great feature and it looks so cool in a darkened office at night when the main lights are turned down and the LEDs are lighting up your desk with a glow ranging from daylight to tungsten.Pricing & Availability: The Hexcal Studio is available now and costs $899. More info: www.hexcal.com Tech Specs: Power outlets: 8. Type-C Quick Charging Port: 9V/3A (PD Protocol): x 1. USB Quick Charging Port: 9V/3A (QC Protocol): x 1. Wireless charger: 1 x 20W Max / 10W Each / Qi Protocol. USB Bridging Port: Supports USB 2.0 Data Transmission / BC 1.2 Charging Protocol: x 2. CRI: 95%. Temperature control: 16 levels. Intensity Control: 16 levels. Emission range control: 20 – 40''. Single leg mode: 47.3 x 8.7 x 5.9 inches. Double leg mode: 47.3 x 8.7 x 7.1 inches. Third legs can be applied for even higher bottom space. Compartment size: 40 x 6 x 1.6 inches. Weight: 21.7 lbs. Surface load limit: < 101 lbs.

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Testbericht zum Hexcal Single Monitor Arm und Desk Mat Bundle – Attraktiv, funktional und komfortabel
Der Hexcal Einzelmonitorarm Und Schreibtischunterlage-Paket sind nette Tools, die das Arbeiten am Schreibtisch angenehmer machen. Der Monitorarm ist robust und gut verarbeitet, schafft Platz auf unserem Schreibtisch und verfügt über mehrere Gelenkpunkte, mit denen der Monitor in die bequemste Position gebracht werden kann. Der Monitor lässt sich leicht bewegen, aber es ist etwas schwieriger, die Höhe und den Anzeigewinkel genau einzustellen (da die Spannschrauben des Monitorarms festgezogen werden müssen). Die VESA-Schnellspannplatte aus Kunststoff ist ein schwaches Glied, das sich bei bestimmten Einstellungen verbiegt. Darüber hinaus ist die VESA-Halterung etwas locker, wenn sie am Monitorarm befestigt ist, wodurch der Monitor ein wenig wackelt und die Neigungs- und Schwenkbereiche begrenzt sind (Neigungsbereich: +60° ~ -60°, Schwenkbereich: +90° ~ -90°). Die Schreibtischunterlage ist schön, weil sie halbstarr ist und in einem flachen Karton geliefert wurde, sodass sie weder Falten noch gerollte Ecken aufweist. Sie hat außerdem eine rutschfeste Oberfläche darunter, damit sie nicht verrutscht. Die Handballenauflage haftet magnetisch an der Schreibtischunterlage und besteht aus Memory-Schaum, was sie sehr bequem macht. Der Einzelner Monitorarm Und Schreibtischunterlage-Paket sind teuer, aber gut verarbeitet und werten das Aussehen Ihrer Schreibtischeinrichtung auf.

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