Razer Announces Its First Gaming Chair, the Razer Iskur ($499)

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Razer fans can finally take a seat. During today’s RazerCon 2020 event, the high-performance peripheral maker introduced its first foray into the furniture space with the Razer Iskur, a $499 gaming chair with built-in lumbar support, multi-layered synthetic leather, and high-density foam cushions.

The former appears to be its biggest selling point. According to Razer, the Iskur is unique for having a fully adjustable lumbar pillow, which allows for optimal contact for any sitting position. The pillow also mitigates slouching and back fatigue.

“Unlike most gaming chairs which have lumbar pillows that shift over time or fixed supports that can’t be adjusted, the Razer Iskur provides total lower back support with a built-in, fully adjustable lumbar curve that closely aligns to your spine—ensuring ideal gaming posture for maximum comfort in gaming marathons,” the company wrote.

The Razer Iskur also comes with a memory-foam head cushion to protect users from whiplash during intense gaming sessions, as well as 4D armrests with fully customizable positioning. Additionally, the chair’s body, armrests, and wheelbase are steel-reinforced, which should reduce the chances of users falling butt-first onto their floors.

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