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Predator X OSIM: All gaming chairs should be like this

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At the next@Acer Global Press Conference streamed live from Taipei, Acer showcased a barrage of products across its gaming, creator-focused, thin-and-light, and a new rugged category. None as comfortable and soothing as this new entry though: The Predator Gaming Chair in partnership with OSIM.

What’s a Singaporean brand known for its massage chairs cuddling up with one of the biggest PC makers in the world?

To make life a little more comfortable for gamers, of course.

You see, the new Predator Gaming Chair, looks like a typical gaming chair except that it has massage capabilities built in—with four rollers on the backrest, two built-in Bluetooth speakers, and a control panel embedded on the right armrest.

Three automatic massage programmes (Neck & Shoulders, Lumbar, and Energise) are available at your fingertips, designed by a massage expert.

As gamers come in all shapes and sizes, the chair’s rollers can be adjusted to suit six different shoulder positions (width and height). That’s not all, gamers also have the option of setting a programmable spot-massage to focus on a single area.

The chair itself is wrapped in black carbon fibre patterned PVC leather with metallic dark gray and teal accents.

Predator Gaming Chair x OSIM
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It’s great on its own or you could pair it up with everybody’s favourite man-cave—the Predator Thronos.  

Acer has not revealed pricing nor availability of the new Predator Gaming Chair but I’m quite sure gamers knead this one.

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