This Logitech and Herman Miller’s gaming chair costs a whopping $1,495
This rather futuristic chair brings together Herman Miller’s Embody line of ergonomic office seats and gaming-specific touches by Logitech’s gaming brand - the Logitech G.
In February this year, much before any of us knew about the global pandemic and how much time we would all be spending at home, Logitech G and furniture designer Herman Miller announced a collaboration to “design and manufacture” the next generation of high-performance furniture solution for gamers.
One of the results of their collaboration is this - the Embody Gaming Chair. This rather futuristic chair brings together Herman Miller's Embody line of ergonomic office seats and gaming-specific touches by Logitech's gaming brand - the Logitech G.
This new chair will just set you back by $1,495 ( ₹1,11,986 approx) - that's all. However, if Herman Miller's normal line of furniture is anything to go by, a price tag of this type should not surprise anyone.
Embody Gaming Chair comes with seven points of calibration along with the ability to adjust to your spine and posture. There is also the natural tilting mechanism, something called ‘Dynamic Pixel Circulation' which helps you distribute your weight well and properly during your gaming sessions. And there's a copper-infused foam in the back cushion to keep you cool. The all-black chair has some stark blue accents that makes it more gaming-ready.
Herman Miller says that this chair was designed by taking inputs from physicians and doctors and comes with 150 small supports all around that can improve your blood flow and reduce your heartrate. And a 12-year warranty.
But the Embody Gaming Chair is not the only thing you get out if this collab - there is the Motia, Ratio and Nevi adjustable gaming desks that come with matte black, anti-smudge and anti-glare finishes and the Ollin Monitor Arm.
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