Respawn unveils new 48 and 63-inch gaming mouse pad tables

Looking to step up your PC gaming desk space? The folks at Respawn have two new gaming-oriented tables covered in massive 5mm-thick mouse pads.

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It's easy to overlook convenience and ergonomics when it comes to work flow and gaming, but that's not to say the two aren't important. Having a solid desk setup not only looks cool, it provides a comfortable place for players to get down to business, be it for work or for leisure. Fortunately, the team at gaming desk manufacturer Respawn have two new gaming tables topped with extra wide mouse pads that should help players get into the zone.

Labeled the Respawn-1048 and the Respawn-1063, the new options are specifically being touted as tables, not as desks. There's no doubt that many players enjoy options like speaker stands and cup holders on Respawn's other gaming desks, but the two new offerings are much more simple in design. The 1048 and 1063 are 48 inches wide and 63 inches wide, respectively, and both are covered in a 5mm-thick mouse pad, offering what very well may be the longest and widest gaming mat on the modern market. For a point of comparison, at 63 inches wide and around 31 inches long, the mouse pad on the Respawn-1063 is more than twice the overall dimensions of Razer's extended size Goliathus gaming mat.

Mouse pad surface on the Respawn 1063 gaming mouse pad table
Mouse pad surface on the Respawn 1063 gaming mouse pad table

The rest of the 1048 and 1063 design is similarly focused on simplicity: 28.54-inch tall T-legs are fixed to metal support beams for extra stability, grommet holes are placed across three areas for convenient cable management options, and adjustable leveling guides are included to help players cope with uneven flooring. The whole thing is so sturdy that it's even rated to a 200-pound weight capacity, though we can't imagine too many player's PC rigs will come close to that figure.

The Respawn 1048 and 1063 gaming mouse pad tables are available for purchase now from the official Respawn website. The Respawn-1048 retails for $325, while the larger Respawn-1063 retails for $350. Both tables carry Respawn's OFM limited lifetime warranty, and the company is currently offering free ground shipping on all orders throughout the contiguous United States.

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    February 22, 2019 3:05 PM

    Kevin Tucker posted a new article, Respawn unveils new 48 and 63-inch gaming mouse pad tables

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      February 22, 2019 3:12 PM

      pay extra for the scotchgard, its worth it. uh, for spilled drinks and stuff ... !

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      February 23, 2019 12:07 AM

      I was confused but this isn't the respawn that makes Apex

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      February 23, 2019 12:39 AM

      Dammit. Wish this has come out sooner, because I'm making my owm desk right now.

      It is made out of IKEA Bekant legs, a grommet from IKEA, and an acacia wood countertop.

      Spent a ton of time sanding and oiling my wood today. Oi vay!

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        February 23, 2019 6:31 AM

        I’m doing the same. It’s more stable to use individual legs than the base that they are using in these gaming tables.

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        February 23, 2019 6:40 AM

        Oh nice! I want to replace my Bekant top surface one day. It’s too thin and I don’t like the square edge, I prefer rounded. Have you got a good guide or link to parts? Or is it pretty easy to work out?

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          February 23, 2019 7:48 AM

          It's pretty easy. I just went to Home Depot's website and ordered one of their acacia wood countertops in a size I wanted. They can also cut them down, but ONLY if it is solid wood. They will not cut down laminates.

          The IKEA stuff, you can just pick out whatever suits you best!!!

          I actually forgot that the grommet I got was a rectangular one I ordered off of Amazon. It is bigger than the ones you can get from IKEA.

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      February 23, 2019 6:48 AM

      You know you're getting old when the first thing you think of is how dirty and dusty this'll become

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        February 23, 2019 6:52 AM

        Actually my first thought was where do I keep my pile of bills and receipts. Maybe I should consider the 63in one just to have more space to dump all the stuff I never take the time to deal with. Lol Honestly, that's about half what my current desk clutter is. Just paper and odd bits I don't take the time to deal with. But, really, none of that junk sparks joy, so just dump it, right?

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        February 23, 2019 9:10 AM

        I clean my mouse mat in the clothes wash. Good as new each time. Not an option here.

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      February 23, 2019 6:55 AM

      This is really tempting. I've been needing to replace my ancient old desk. I mean, I've had this current desk since like the late 80s I think. It's not small, but has a hutch that I can't remember so I can't push my monitor back any. Lots of unusable space behind the monitor. No place to put the speaker, except behind the monitor. The hutch is nice to put my router and Sonos connect on though. And, the side drawer is perfect to keep my wallet. I think if I got a new desk I'd have to keep this one just for the paperwork I keep in the corner and it's where I keep my keys and wallet.

      This is a very decent price.

      Question: if that mouse pad top comes up, won't it fray where your arm/wrist makes contact with it after like a year?

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      February 23, 2019 8:11 AM

      I basically have this already. Really like it

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