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Razer Iskur chair presents the “perfect gaming form”

Razer Iskur chair presents the “perfect gaming form”

Razer Iskur is a gaming chair that takes a few different turns VS the rest of the market. This chair, the first gaming chair ever made by Razer, works with a "fully customizable support" system for the user's back. To create this experience, Razer employed memory foam, high density foam cushions, and multi layered synthetic leather system in the most-used portions of the seat.

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Anda Seat Fnatic Edition Gaming Chair Review

Anda Seat Fnatic Edition Gaming Chair Review

Many still have this image of gaming, be it on consoles or PCs, as a pastime, something you do during your free time to relax and unwind. Those probably haven't heard of professional competitive gaming, a.k.a. e-sports, and probably can't imagine how stressful and taxing it can be not just on the mind but especially on the body. Being comfortable is no longer just about having ergonomic mice, keyboards, or properly calibrated monitors but also a chair that can let you lean back even in the midst of a grueling campaign. That is precisely the market that Anda Seat is aiming for and its latest Fnatic Edition Gaming Chair is promising the best that money can buy.

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IKEA and LEGO make BYGGLEK, a match made in modular heaven

IKEA and LEGO make BYGGLEK, a match made in modular heaven

LEGO and IKEA just announced that they've partnered up to create a line of LEGO-compatible storage and display boxes called BYGGLEK. The initial product will be "a series of storage boxes with LEGO studs and a special LEGO brick set." The most surprising part of this collaboration is that it wasn't done a whole lot sooner.

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Logitech G and Herman Miller are making an entire line of gaming furniture

Logitech G and Herman Miller are making an entire line of gaming furniture

Earlier this year, Logitech G announced that it was teaming up with Herman Miller to make a new gaming chair. Fast forward a few months later to today and we're learning that it isn't just a gaming chair they're making together, but an entire lineup of gaming furniture. At the center of this line is the Embody Gaming Chair, which the companies bill as "the industry's first truly ergonomic chair."

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2020 Acer gaming accessories include monitors, mice, and an epic gaming chair

2020 Acer gaming accessories include monitors, mice, and an epic gaming chair

In addition to announcing a new lineup of gaming notebooks and desktops today, Acer also revealed a line of gaming accessories. Acer’s announcements include a grand total of five monitors, a new Cestus gaming mouse, and even a gaming chair. If you’re surprised to see Acer announce a gaming chair, it’s safe to say you definitely aren’t alone.

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Logitech G and Herman Miller are teaming up to make a gaming chair

Logitech G and Herman Miller are teaming up to make a gaming chair

Logitech G has made a name for itself by selling PC gaming accessories, and after acquiring Blue Microphones a couple of years back, its product lineup now includes everything from standalone mics and webcams to gaming mice and keyboards. There's one noticeable gap in that lineup, though, as Logitech G hasn't entered the gaming chair space yet.

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IKEA Fyrtur smart blinds are finally and truly available in the US

IKEA Fyrtur smart blinds are finally and truly available in the US

IKEA is either popular or unpopular depending on who you ask. To some, it's overpriced while, for others, it is actually cheaper than equivalent products from other furniture makers. At least for some smart home enthusiasts, IKEA actually offers the only affordable alternative for a very specific and niche product: smart blinds. The IKEA SmartShades, specifically the Fyrtur, has been keeping fans and hopeful buyers in the US on the edge but, finally it seems that their long wait is finally over.

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IKEA ROGNAN robotic furniture promises cheaper tiny homes

IKEA ROGNAN robotic furniture promises cheaper tiny homes

IKEA is aiming to capitalize on space-short city dwellers with a new set of robotic furniture, ROGNAN, that can transform between a bedroom and a living space. Intended for studio apartments and other smaller locations, the new range can change a room between sleeping, working, and relaxing at the touch of a button.

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Ikea’s Sonos-powered Symfonisk smart speakers to debut in August

Ikea’s Sonos-powered Symfonisk smart speakers to debut in August

Home furniture giant Ikea has steadily been getting into the smart home market, introducing products like smart lighting, Bluetooth speakers, and the latest being smart window blinds. The company also announced just over a year ago that it was teaming up with speaker company Sonos to develop ways to combine music and audio devices with furniture, and they've finally revealed that their collaborative products will be launching in August.

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Acer Predator Thronos Gaming Chair hands-on: Gloriously Excessive

Acer Predator Thronos Gaming Chair hands-on: Gloriously Excessive

The Acer Predator Thronos Gaming Chair is something out of a sci-fi movie - or perhaps your wildest at-home arcade dreams. It's like I'm one of the Sovereign from Marvel Comics - in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, where they remotely control spaceships from their super-advanced full-sized consoles. Or one of those kids in the movie TOYS, controlling war machines from the comfort of their own gaming chairs - or something like that. In any case, this is pretty awesome.

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Samsung The Frame 2019 and Serif bring QLED to high-end furniture TV

Samsung The Frame 2019 and Serif bring QLED to high-end furniture TV

If there's one thing Samsung dominates at every year at CES, it's massive, super expensive television sets. This year is no exception - not when The Frame is in town. Today The Frame 2019 was teased with a few details that make us want to appreciate art with a panel of light the likes of which would cost us both arms and both legs, all at once! This is all thanks to The Frame television family's biggest draw: the Samsung Art Store.

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The Edge Desk Review

The Edge Desk Review

Over the past couple of weeks I've worked almost exclusively on The Edge Desk. This desk offers a unique way to work with a new way to sit. Instead of focusing all of my weight on my bottom and my lower back, The Edge Desk aims to spread that pressure to my legs and knees. The way I sit now is different from any position I've ever worked in before.

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