Razer has been known for its high-end gaming peripherals. They have expanded their collection with their first gaming chair and chassis.
RazerCon 2020 is a day-long celebration dedicated to gamers from all around the world. The event had a lot in store, aside from the usual product launches.
This included game reveals and a grand prize bundle where attendants have a chance to grab an Nvidia GTX 3080.
During the event, Razer gave viewers teasers of gameplay from Torchlight 3, Gears Tactics, and more on the said event.
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Aside from their improved line of Razer Blade Stealth laptops, which start at US$1,800 [AU$2,485], we are going to take a look at their newest additions to their product line.
Razer reveals their first gaming chair Iskur
With their recent interest in gamifying our finances, they have yet ventured to another product line once again.
While most gaming chairs in the market focus on the standard memory foam cushions for your head and back, the Razer Iskur has pushed its creativity in design by adding in adjustable lumbar support, which makes it stand out.
What makes this chair so interesting is that they already released a demo guide for this chair in the last week of September through an unlisted YouTube video.
This ergonomic gaming chair is wrapped in a durable material, making it better suited to withstand the peeling that comes from long hours of daily use. It also has 4D armrests that are adjustable in any direction. You can check out Iskur on its website, which costs US$499.
First Tomahawk PC gaming cases
Last January, The Verge covered a modular PC that uses a switchable Intel NUC Element card. Early on, they already hinted that Razer would release their first gaming case, and it looks like they have exceeded expectations once again.
The Razer Tomahawk features a dual-sided tempered glass swivel doors and ventilated top panel and dust filters for efficient cooling. They also added in their signature Razer Chroma RGB to give your rig that quality look.
The gaming chassis comes in two variations. The ITX version costs US$180 for the minimalist gamer. For the hardcore gamer, you can get the ATX version for US$200 to unleash your build’s maximum gaming potential.
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