The Times of India (New Delhi edition) - - Times Business -

Preda­tor Thronos Air is built for those emirs amongst gamers who be­lieve in op­u­lent ex­cesses and even have the where­withal to ac­quire it. Fabri­cated out of steel and stand­ing around 1.5m tall, this hot seat comes with an over­head brace that sup­ports up to three 27-inch gam­ing mon­i­tors for a panoramic field of view.

The throne is ad­justable and re­clines up to 140 de­grees—with a built-in mo­torised footrest—so the young sheiks can as­sume an al­most supine po­si­tion while gam­ing. Mo­tors within also en­sure that it vi­brates to in-game cues to give users a more im­mer­sive ex­pe­ri­ence, whether it’s driv­ing a race car or rid­ing a dune buggy.

Of course, the Thronos Air comes with des­ig­nated spa­ces for a gam­ing PC, key­board, a force feed­back steer­ing wheel and rac­ing foot ped­als. But that’s not all: Acer re­alises how stren­u­ous gam­ing can be, and this is why this hot seat comes with a Shi­atsu mas­sage func­tion where two balls move up and down your back, for calm, stress-free gam­ing. Acer hasn’t an­nounced a price for it just yet, but it is ex­pected to be in the vicin­ity of 20 lakh!

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