Razer’s new ergonomic chairs use ‘ultra-soft’, spill-resistant fabric. They are cloth versions of the Razer Iskur. They offer a more luxurious touch and resistance to liquids.
Razer has presented an extension of its range of Iskur chairs, now with new options with fabric, much requested by users.
Although it is a brand more associated with gaming peripherals, Razer has expanded a lot in recent years, a strategy that has worked with a record of revenue, as confirmed by its CEO Min-Liang Tan to elEconomista.es . Not surprisingly, it also offers gaming chairs, and earlier this summer it introduced a cheaper version of the Razer Iskur .
Today, the company has confirmed the launch of a new version of the Razer Iskur, this time made of cloth by the demand of the players. There are two models, one normal and the other ‘XL’, but the only difference is in size. Both are made of ultra-soft fabric and perhaps more importantly, resistant to liquid spills, ideal in case we drop the soda while we play.
The new material also affects the feel, which Razer claims is more luxurious and smooth, but also durable and resistant to dirt, oil and water. Therefore, it promises to be ideal for everyday use. Otherwise, these chairs use the same ergonomic and postural support as the first Razer Iskur, including the new lumbar support for which it was praised at its launch.
Compared to the XL model, it is 15% larger than the standard, and therefore offers more space, with a higher backrest and a wider seat base, facilitating use by people up to 2.08 cm tall and 180 kilograms of weight.
The new Razer Iskur and Iskur XL cloths are available from September 2, at the Razer online store or at selected retailers. The Razer Iskur cloth is priced at 549.99 euros, while the Iskur XL cloth is priced at 649.99 euros.