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Hate "Gaming Chairs"? Thermaltake's CyberChair E500 may be the chair for you

A Gaming Chair that isn't a 'Gaming Chair'

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Hate "Gaming Chairs"? Thermaltake's CyberChair E500 may be the chair for you

Seeming every major gaming company has released a "gaming chair" over the past few years, and Thermaltake is the latest brand to jump on the bandwagon. That said, Thermaltake is taking a different approach to its competitors, decided to release a chair design that's fundamentally different from typical "gaming chair" varieties. Meet the Thermaltake CyberChair E500

Where most gaming chairs take design cues from the automotive industry, Thermaltake is taking its design cues from mesh seating like the world-famous Herman Miller Aerion. With mesh cushioning, Thermaltake's gaming chair is truly breathable and offers styling that's more professional looking than many racing-style chairs. 

Thermaltake promises a wide range of adjustment options for its new CyberChair E500, promising "high adjustability ranging from headrest, seat depth, height adjustment, and wire-control mechanism with multi lockable positions to reach maximum comfort." Furthermore, the chair can accommodate users that weigh up to 330 lb (150kg) thanks to its sturdy frame and aluminium base. 

The CyberChair E500 will be available in Q1 2020 with a retail price of $599.99 in the US. The chair will be available at Thermaltake's online store and though partnered retailers. 

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11-01-2020, 16:46:52

Excalabur50
That actually looks pretty good and I also saw their new View 51 Snow Edition TG and I want one of those too, which I never thought I'd say about ThermaltakeQuote

12-01-2020, 10:22:44

g0ggles1994
$599? For that I'd be wanting a built-in back massager with happy ending includedQuote

12-01-2020, 10:54:27

AlienALX
Just buy a Herman Miller ffs.Quote

12-01-2020, 17:03:07

Fomdoo
and then they ruin it by slapping their logo on it. That's not something good office furniture companies do.Quote

13-01-2020, 03:21:07

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Fomdoo View Post
and then they ruin it by slapping their logo on it. That's not something good office furniture companies do.
Well its still better than most chairs being rammed down gamers throats these days. Kudos to TT for thinking smart.Quote
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