You might have seen many gaming chairs in your lifetime, but we can guarantee none of them can come close to the Predator Thronos Air gaming chair by Acer. The Taiwanese electronics corporation has unveiled this one of a kind gaming chair at IFA 2019 taking place in Berlin these days. However, it is for filthy rich gamers, as this huge gaming throne comes with a hefty price tag of $14,000.
This is the second model offered by the company as the original one made its debut last year at IFA 2018. The original Predator Thronos gaming chair use to come with an automatic motorized monitor arm and was priced at $20,000.Well, for the new model, Acer have reduced the price to attract customers for their new beast. Also, the Predator Thronos Air comes with a manually adjustable arm instead of a motorized one. However, a new function has been introduced in the latest version, which is a massage function for relaxation of the gamers.
The high-tech gaming cockpit weighs 715 pounds and stands 1.5-meter tall. The Thronos Air can mount up to 3 monitors and can tilt at various angles to offer you an immersive gaming experience. The Predator Thronos Air gaming throne comes with an adjustable chair that offers a massage function to help you relax in a serious gaming scenario. Along with the modular desk and monitor arm, the adjustable chair makes a perfect gaming cockpit for long gaming sessions.
Like its predecessor, the Predator Thronos Air unveiled at IFA 2019 comes with an adjustable mouse and keyboard tray, a footrest and a cool cable management system. Gamers can also customize their rig with cup holders, cameras and other add-ons offered by Acer. The Predator Thronos Air gaming chair by Acer is priced at $14,000 and will hit Europe and the North American market at the end of this year.
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