Corsair Launches New TC200 Fabric and Leatherette Gaming Chairs with Racing-Inspired Design

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Corsair has launched its latest gaming chairs, the TC200 Fabric Gaming Chair and TC200 Leatherette Gaming Chair. Both of these chairs feature a wide seat surface and extended height range, which Corsair says amounts to a more comfortable and relaxed gaming experience, as well as a sleek, racing-inspired design. Available in black or white color options and backed by a two-year warranty, Corsair’s TC200 Fabric Gaming Chair and TC200 Leatherette Gaming Chair are available immediately from the company’s webstore and its worldwide network of authorized retailers and distributors. Both chairs are listed for $399.99 on Corsair’s online store.

The TC200 Fabric and TC200 Leatherette deliver long-lasting support and comfort when playing, working, or relaxing. The TC200 Fabric is covered in a comfortable cloth exterior for a soft and more breathable surface, while the TC200 Leatherette boasts a luxurious all-leatherette exterior for a clean, stylish aesthetic. Both chairs sport perforated sections that ensure minimal heat retention so you can stay cool even as the competition heats up. Built-in foam lumbar support and a plush detachable memory foam neck pillow support a healthy posture, so you can enjoy hours of gameplay strain-free.

Both the TC200 Fabric and TC200 Leatherette include premium elements that make them premier seats for nearly any player. A powerful steel-construction class 4 gas lift lowers or raises the seat with an extensive 120mm range, while highly adjustable 4D armrests can move up or down, left or right, forward or backward, and angle inward and outward to help you pinpoint the perfect sitting position. When it’s time to relax, take advantage of a full 90-180° reclining seat back, supported by a sturdy powder-coated steel wheel base and premium 75mm dual-wheel casters that glide easily on most surfaces.

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