RazerCon 2020 has brought us plenty of new products, such as the Razer Seiren Mini, but none stand out more than the Razer gaming chair. It might seem like it’s a long time coming from a company that’s usually ahead of the curve, but this is a market that Razer didn’t want to rush into. In fact, it wanted to be taken seriously – meaning the chair brings no RGB but some innovation.

The Razer Iskur, as it’s called, might seem like other gaming chairs at first. After all, it has 4D armrests, high-density foam cushions, and multi-layered synthetic leather accented with Razer’s signature green stitching to give it a bit of an identity. Razer has even emblazoned the company motto “For Gamers. By Gamers” on the base.

The devil is in the details if you’re wondering where the Razer Iskur stands out, however, as all you need to do is turn your attention to its ergonomics. Lumbar support cushions aren’t entirely useless, but over time they compress with body weight, making them somewhat ineffective. Razer has done away with this idea entirely, opting for a unique external lumbar support system with 26 degrees of customisation to improve your posture.

Original source: https://www.pcgamesn.com/razer/iskur-gaming-chair