Have you ever wanted to feel like you were in an actual Transformer while gaming?
Well, Cluvens have given gamers that opportunity with the release of the Scorpion Computer Cockpit Gaming Station.
At first glance, this looks just like a speeder out of Stars Wars or any other science fiction blockbuster. Looking like it came straight from a movie set, the Cluvens IW-SK Zero-Gravity Esports Gaming Chair takes the gaming experience to the next level, creating an enhanced and mechanical experience for consumers.
Equipped with various mechanised capabilities, the tail of the scorpion allows the user to adjust their monitor to whatever position they desire. The claws of the scorpion can be used as both a stand for a keyboard or mouse, or simply just as a table if one chooses to maybe watch a movie and enjoy a meal in the chair (unsure who would risk getting this bad boy stained though).
And just like what any TV infomercial guy would say when showcasing a slick new product, “But wait… there’s more!”
Cluvens have also installed a massage and heating functionality into the chair, which allows any user to unwind and de-stress while feeling like an absolute baller at the same time.
Priced at a whopping $3299 USD on Cluvens’ website, this chair obviously isn’t for your average gamer. Yet, with the chair able to connect to a variety of consoles other than a PC, including PlayStation and Xbox, anyone with the right budget as well as a strong passion for video games could feel enticed to make the purchase, because, who wouldn’t want to game inside a giant mechanical scorpion and get a massage while doing so.
The gaming world, specifically the gaming chair market, continues to become increasingly lucrative over time. Technavio.com reports a projected $71.3 million increase in market size between 2020 and 2024.
In all its bizarreness and intensity, Cluvens aims to provide consumers with both maximum comfort and maximum gloriousness to elevate the gaming experience like never before. In the last few months, we’ve seen an increase in the creativity of work from home set ups, and now Cluvens has provided gamers with the ultimate “game from home” experience.
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