Gaming chairs have been in the market for quite a while now, so you could almost say that Razer is kind of late to the game with their own offerings. However, despite being a bit late to the game, Razer has not wasted any time creating a slew of gaming chairs, with their latest model unveiled at CES 2022.

The company announced a new gaming chair called the Enki Pro HyperSense. Outwards, it looks more or less the same as the other Enki gaming chairs the company had previously released, but there is more than meets the eye.

According to Raer, the Enki Pro HyperSense actually features a built-in haptic engine near the wheels of the chair that allows it to vibrate and wobble while you play games. This is designed to help provide gamers with a greater depth of immersion while they game, so things like explosions, crashes, and more can be felt in the chair as you play.

The chair is capable of tilting backwards or lift gamers up vertically by as much as 1.5-inches with around 1G of force, with a relatively speedy 5ms response time. The company claims that it will be compatible with about 2,200 games, movies, and songs out of the game, but we expect that more support will be added in the future.

There is no pricing for the Enki Pro HyperSense just yet, simply because Razer is treating it more as a concept rather than an actual product they plan to sell, but who knows, maybe it will eventually be made a reality.

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