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Renegade – The Ultimate Gaming Chair

Renegade – The Ultimate Gaming Chair

Renegade Gaming Chair

By Luke Anderson

I’m sure that you’ve walked into your local Walmart and seen those cheap-looking gaming chairs. You know the ones, they’re L-shaped, might have some speakers and an audio input, and will run you about $100. I don’t know if you’ve ever sat in one of those, but they’re not very comfortable, the shape is all wrong and they’re too close to the ground. If you’re looking for a real gaming chair, you should check out the Renegade.

While I’m not sure what exactly earns this chair the name “Renegade,” I can tell you what makes it an awesome gaming chair. First you have 3D speakers built-into the headrest, ground-effects lighting under the chair and vibration motors which all work in sync with the game you’re playing. For those times when you want to kick back and relax after a victory you can set it to recline and have it give you a vibrating massage. If this sounds like it’s up your alley, you can get your own for a little over $450.

[The Gaming Collection] VIA [Red Ferret]







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  • Sherb

    Game chair wannabe….
    Do like i did:- Take a lazyboy with full recline and massage, an lcd wall mount and a cranked aeriel mast, a few simple brackets to hook them together and i have my 22″ widescreen hanging in front of me while i recline in comfort. Some MDF and a few additional brackets sees a mouse pad and gamepad (nostromo) in place. A wireless keyboard in the sidepocket rounds everything off.
    All cables are routed through the chair and hidden in plain view by the use of black heat shrink tubing. Weekend long gaming sessions are a breeze in this level of luxury. Added bonus is i can free up space by selling my desk and office chair..

  • adrian

    actualy they are 180 at sams