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Author Topic: Acerís absurd Predator Thronos gaming chair is fit for a king  (Read 74 times)
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« on: August 30, 2018, 03:02:25 AM »

Acerís Predator line has always hewed toward the slightly absurd, but at IFA 2018, the companyís just-announced Predator Thronos gaming chair might take the cake for the wildest product yet.

I use the term ďchairĒ since, technically, the Predator Thronos is still, at its heart, a chair. But it has a giant overhead brace that supports three 27-inch gaming monitors, along with integrated space for a Predator gaming PC. It also weighs over 485 pounds, with a steel structure and motorized cockpit for adjusting your screen setup. It is less of a place to sit and more of a convenient way to let you live inside your gaming PC. And, of course, the whole thing lights up.

As for the chair itself, it can vibrate in sync with the games youíre playing, recline up to 140 degrees, and it features a footrest (which is more of a dais upon which your throne of gaming will reside).

To go along with the Predator Thronos, Acer also announced two new 27-inch monitors that youíll ostensibly be able to use with it. Thereís the Predator XB273K, a 3840 x 2160 G-Sync display with a 144Hz refresh rate and DisplayHDR 400 certification, which will be available in Q4 starting at $1,299. And on the less-expensive side of things, thereís the Nitro XV273K (which starts at $899).

Acer hasnít offered a price or release date for the Thronos, but it likely wonít come cheap, even before you consider the cost of a gaming PC and three 27-inch monitors.


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