This gaming bed takes laziness (and maybe your game) to the next level

Bauhutte Concept Gaming Bed
Bauhutte Concept Gaming Bed (Image credit: Bauhutte)

What you need to know

  • Bauhutte has a gaming bed that allows you to game while you're at rest.
  • The bed can be paired with a treat trolley, a gaming blanket, and an elevated headboard.
  • Bauhutte has several other unique gaming accesories to improve your gaming comfort.

Is getting dressed and out of bed too much for you in the morning? Do you catch yourself asking, "why can't I play xCloud games on a phone floating above my bed?" Do you want to be able to grab an energy drink or Doritos without moving your legs? Then Bauhutte has a product for you. The Bauhutte gaming bed can be paired with several accessories to provide a complete gaming set up for your bed.

The bed works with a gaming desk at the foot of the bed and can be paired with a treat trolley for drinks and snacks, and an elevated headboard for more storage. You can also attach a flexible phone holder to float your phone above you at any angle. The website is in Japanese, but here's a translated excerpt. I don't speak Japanese, so we'll use the somewhat comedic Bing translation:

I wake up and move from bed to desk. Why is that so troublesome? This problem is solved by the gaming bed. It adopts a "lifting headboard" that adds functional storage to the bedside and a "bed desk" that can be set at the foot of a single bed. As soon as I got up, I realized the life cycle of falling asleep while watching games and anime without difficulty.

For many people, the gaming bed and accessories are probably over the top, but they could provide an excellent setup for someone with limited mobility. That's not how Bauhutte markets the bed, but it could make gaming a lot easier for a variety of people.

You can take a look at the gaming bed and browse through the rest of Bauhutte's collection on Bauhutte's website.

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