Razer has revealed their gaming chair: the $499 Razer Iskur and I can’t see any RGB. Should I be disappointed?
Revealed today alongside the upgraded Razer Blade Stealth, the Razer Iskur aims to give gaming chair brands like Secretlabs and Noble Chairs a run for their money.
The biggest selling point of Razer’s Iskur gaming chair is the increased focus on lumbar support that anyone playing PC games or even writing about them desperately needs. It’s a fully customisable system, designed with a snake belly appearance. Chair vore? Chair vore. Ugh, chair vore.
Much like other gaming chairs, the Iskur has 4D armrests that allow the user to fully position how they want their arms to sit when they take a break from gaming to catch up on YouTube drama.
In a more tasteful move than we expected, there’s not even a hint of RGB lights anywhere on the chair. Not even a bright glowing footrest! Razer, where is your heart?!