Keep cool in the heat of battle with the new Tt eSPORTSX COMFORT AIR Professional Gaming Chair.
Thermaltake lines four fans underneath the X Comfort Air's cushioning, engineered to drag air from below to lightly hit your backside, ultimately cooling you down.
Four fans sit in the base of the chair and blow cooling air on to the posterior of the user, with speed settings ranging from low to high in order to calmly or quickly cool a burning butt.
While many are still expecting an influx of RGB gaming chairs, Thermaltake is heading in a different direction all together.
The blades sit inside a wind blocker frame that's created to direct large amounts of air toward the middle section of the blade.
While Thermaltake has shared numerous specifications relating to the cooling system - including a control panel which allows adjustment up to the maximum 5,100 revolutions per minute (RPM) speed, a 21.3 cubic feet per minute (CFM) airflow, and a 7.1mmH2O static pressure, the company has remained silent on the noise levels users can expect - which, given the use of smaller 60mm fans, could be substantial if not muffled by the foam surrounds. On the surface is coloured faux leather for a signature look, paired with breathable mesh to enable the fans. It naturally has other features one often finds on gaming chairs, including a backrest, adjustable armrests, and the ability to recline and tilt.
More information on the X Comfort Air is available on the official website, where it is set at a United States recommended retail price of $499.99 (around £382 excluding taxes).
KitGuru Says: I am unsure why this chair has come around in the winter time for a lot of countries, but I can sure see the benefit in the summer.
"Using state-of-the-art air-cooling design tech with optimised aerodynamics, gaming enthusiasts can freely adjust their cooling with an easy to access 3-button controller for desired air cooling performance", said Thermaltake.
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