Secretlab Magnus Pro standing desk review

Secretlab is well known for its gaming accessories, desks, and chairs. With the Magnus Pro, however, Secretlab has entered a whole new world with the ability to make this desk look professional while retaining its beloved customizable nature. This desk could be kitted out to be quite the gamer’s paradise if desired. But, like any of the best standing desks we’ve tested, if kitted appropriately, this desk can become a sleek, blacked-out, highly functional professional workspace. Then, if desired, you can flash on some RBG lights on the integrated light strip and game the night away — but only if you choose.

Secretlab Magnus Pro

(Image credit: Collin Probst // Future)

Secretlab Magnus Pro: Unboxing & first impressions

Right off the bat, this desk was unique. Most desks I have tested are a wood top, a wood veneer, MDF, reclaimed wood, or plywood in the cheapest model. I have never tested a metal-topped desk, though. It’s a different feel for a desk. Usually, I choose darker woods; occasionally, I’ll choose a light wood for a particular space or mood I am trying to match the desk to. With the Magnus Pro, you get to choose black or black. Granted, you can select a different leatherette deskpad that is essentially a giant mousepad but covers the entire desk. 

So, the design idea for this desk was very different in my mind; it wasn’t “how am I going to choose the right combination of legs and tabletop to match?” it was much more of an “okay, it’s black, what accessories do I want to personalize this.”

Secretlab Magnus Pro

(Image credit: Collin Probst // Future)

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