Acer’s Predator Thronos Air gaming chair is set to take over your gaming room

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This is just not a chair; it is a rig, a throne, a gaming monster. 

The Acer Predator Thronos Air Gaming Chair is a device that has everything a gamer could need, including a massage function.

Acer revealed its insane Thronos gaming chair at the IFA last year, and it is back this year with a less motor-driven version. 

All About The Predator Thronos Air

The Predator Thronos Air is designed to be slightly more affordable over the original $20,000. 

It abandons the automatic motorized monitor arm in replacement of a manually flexible one.

It still has the same giant steel structure which supports up to three displays to enclose you into this gaming chair.

If that is not enough, Acer has various other accessories like a cup holder, cameras and hubs.

These changes bring the price down to $13,999, which is still an unbelievable amount of money to pay for a gaming chair.

The shortage of motorization does make it somewhat less crazy than last year’s model. 

The desk added with the chair still features a flexible keyboard and mouse tray that does not automatically swing into action.

It also has a footrest for keeping your feet elevated.

What You Need For This Chair To Work

You will still need three monitors along with a gaming PC, and a webcam on top of the middle monitor for the chair to be fully functional. 

This chair will require a ground floor location and also a floor that can sustain up to 715 pounds.

If you do have the funds for this gaming chair, then it will be accessible in Q4 in Europe and North America.

If fancy gaming chairs aren’t your thing than Acer also has introduced two new laptop additions that might be preferred by the majority of gamers. Maybe a perfect fit for the Predator Triton 500?

The Predator Triton 500

The Predator Triton 500, the world’s first gaming laptop, is presently getting a 300Hz display. 

Usually, it is a 1080p display where you can maximize the framerates to take advantage of the 300Hz option.

For that, you will be taking advantage of the RTX 2080 Max-Q GPU inside to do so.

Besides the display, the other features of the Titan 500 haven’t changed.

So you get a 9th Gen Intel Core i7 processor, 32GB of RAM, and 512GB of SSD storage. 

This latest 300Hz display option will be available in December, price starting from $2,799.99.

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