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Razer launches new gaming chair at Razercon

A fine new gaming throne and a host of other products were launched at Razercon 2020

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We are big fans, as you probably already, know of Razer and their products so it should come as no surprise that we are really looking forward to getting our hands on the new Iksur gaming chair that was launched over the weekend at Razercon 2020.

It’s not going to come cheap, checking in at a sizeable $499 but bedecked in Razer’s signature green and black, and its built-in lumbar support sure looks mighty comfortable from what we have seen.

With high-density foam cushions and multi-layer synthetic leather, it looks as though it is going to fit in very nicely into many a game room when it becomes available.

Razer says: “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.

“With a steel-reinforced body, armrests and wheelbase, this ergonomic gaming chair can support a weight of up to 299lbs/136kg, and is ideal for gamers with a height of 5’6”–6’2”/170–190cm. It also features angled seat edges to maximize resting surface area.

The Razer Iksur gaming chair is available for pre-order now at razer’s website.

If you want a sneak peek on what other products Razer has lined up, check out their key announcements page for Razercon 2020 and if you can’t wait, take a look at our gaming chair hub for definitive guides, best reviews and news. Take a look at our Best Gaming Chairs Review to get low down from our gaming chair experts.

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