Razer’s first gaming chair is a curvier Secretlab Omega / Titan with fancy lumbar support

It’s not clear whether Razer commissioned Secretlab to build an exclusive new gaming chair, or simply decided to copy one of today’s oft-cited favorites, but the new $499 Razer Iskur is a dead ringer for the similarly-priced Secretlab Omega and Titan. You can compare the design, the recline mechanism, the stitching — heck, just look at those nigh-identical 4D armrests — and the inspiration is plainly clear. But Razer is also clearly pitching it as a step ahead of Secretlab in terms of spinal support, as you can see in this thinly veiled comparison image: Image: Razer Razer did not use the word “Secretlab” in its press briefing. Aside from being a distinct hybrid of the Secretlab Omega’s smaller... Continue reading…

Razer’s first gaming chair is a curvier Secretlab Omega / Titan with fancy lumbar support

It’s not clear whether Razer commissioned Secretlab to build an exclusive new gaming chair, or simply decided to copy one of today’s oft-cited favorites, but the new $499 Razer Iskur is a dead ringer for the similarly-priced Secretlab Omega and Titan.

You can compare the design, the recline mechanism, the stitching — heck, just look at those nigh-identical 4D armrests — and the inspiration is plainly clear.

But Razer is also clearly pitching it as a step ahead of Secretlab in terms of spinal support, as you can see in this thinly veiled comparison image:

Image: Razer
Razer did not use the word “Secretlab” in its press briefing.

Aside from being a distinct hybrid of the Secretlab Omega’s smaller...

Continue reading…