Until now, our favorite gaming chair was the Acer’s $14k Predator Thronos Air gaming chair which was unveiled last year at IFA 2019. Well, now we have found a new favorite. Cluvens Ltd., manufacturer of innovative and ergonomic computer cockpits has unveiled a super cool gaming chair. Dubbed the Scorpion Computer Cockpit, the gaming chair cum workstation is shaped like a real scorpion. It comes with a motorized cockpit which can transform with a single touch of a button.
Cluvens IW-SK zero-gravity esports gaming chair and workstation is made using high carbon steel with black sand texture powder paint. The tail of the scorpion-shaped chair extends to become the overhang support for screen mount. It can hold an ultra-wide 49-inch monitor or three 27-inch curved monitors. The angle and distance of the monitor can be adjusted as per your liking using a controller. You can choose from six different positions and can recline it up to an angle of 170 degrees.
The Scorpion Computer Cockpit measures about 65 inches long, 47.25 inches wide and 82 inches high when fully extended. The gaming chair weighs 265 lbs and can support weight up to 276 lbs (around 124kg). The Scorpion claws come with rounded corners for safety and also acts as a keyboard and mouse stand. Besides that, there is storage space on the side for keeping the remote control for the cockpit. Also, the workstation comes with adjustable seat and fully electronically adjustable scorpion legs.
The Cluvens IW-SK zero-gravity esports gaming chair and workstation also comes with a massage and heating function. Thus, you can enjoy some relaxation time after a hardcore session of your favorite game. The Scorpion Computer Cockpit from Cluvens is priced at $3,299 requires a reservation. Once the order is placed, it will be delivered to you in 3-6 weeks time.
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