This 1.5 meter-tall chair comes in a choice of colors – dual tone black with either white or blue accents – and it vibrates according to what’s happening onscreen, giving you an immersive gaming experience as you play.
While that might not sound too comfortable, Acer assures us that this chair has an ergonomic seat design, along with a foot rest, which should make long gaming sessions more enjoyable. The chair can also be adjusted, and the cabin reclines up to 140 degrees.
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Gaming chair or gaming cave?
The Thronos also comes with an overhead brace that can support three 27-inch gaming monitors, and there’s space for a gaming PC as well. Naturally, Acer recommends its Predator gaming desktops and monitors to compliment this chair, but products from other manufacturers will fit it as well.
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