After debuting the world’s first credit card that lights up when you pay, Razer unveiled another product, the Razer Iskur gaming chair.
Still, don’t expect a revolution here.
Even though the Razer Iskur is the first gaming chair from Razer, its design is strikingly similar to Secretlab gaming chairs.
So much so, that The Verge launched an investigation to find out if Iskur isn’t a rebranded Secretlab product or a partnership with Secretlab.
They found that it isn’t a rebrand or a collab, and Secretlab themselves chimed in with this tweet to say they weren’t involved.
So, what are the key differences?
The lumbar support in the Razer Iskur is markedly different from the one in the chairs made by Secretlab.
The Razer Iskur has a fully customizable lumbar support system, allowing you to raise the pad up to 26 degrees in order to adjust it to your spine’s curvature.
The 4D armrests are fully customizable as well – you can adjust them by moving them in four directions or rotating them inwards or outwards.
The Razer Iskur has steel reinforcements and can fit most body types.
Razer says it’s ideal for “gamers with a height of 5.6′-6.2′” (between 170 and 190 cm) and can support a weight of up to 299 lbs (136 kg).
The Razer Iskur comes with a 3-year warranty and retails for US$499.00.