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ThermalTake CyberChair E500 uses aluminium and mesh cushion

Posted on Friday, January 10 2020 @ 11:42:35 CET by


ThermalTake shows off the CyberChair E500. This gaming chair will debut in Q1 2020 and uses a different design than most gaming chairs that are on the market these days. Pricing is unknown.
The CyberChair E500 is made of permeable mesh cushion that is highly-breathable, and the back structure is built with aluminum to extend its longevity while remaining stylish. The CyberChair E500 offers high adjustability ranging from headrest, seat depth, height adjustment, and wire-control mechanism with multi lockable positions to reach maximum comfort. Furthermore, users are able to relax and immerse the body with up to 117 degrees of back angle inclination.

Aside from the extensive sitting positions focusing on the neck and back, the CyberChair E500 also provides multidirectional armrests that are adjustable in height and width to relieve wrist pressure and muscle strain of the forearms.

Finally, the CyberChair E500 is constructed with 5-star aluminum base, its sturdy frame work is designed to support a max load of 330 lb (150 kg), with 3” wide and large caster wheels that further enhances the stability whilst providing quieter operation and greater movement.
CyberChair E500



 



 

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