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According to Acer, the Predator Thronos Air will go on sale towards the end of 2019. Check out the Thronos Air video below for the hype. Check out the promotional trailer below for the new gaming chair revealed at IFA 2019 this week in Berlin.
All the gaming monitors come with Acer's VisionCare with Flickerless, BlueLightShield, ComfyView and low-dimming technologies - as well as Acer Game Modes support (Action, Racing, Sport, User, Standard, ECO, Graphic and Movie) plus Black Boost equaliser settings. Both laptops feature impressive refresh rates, but the highlight of the lineup is the Predator Triton 500's 300Hz display.
The huge gaming chair, which has an overhead arm that supports three monitors, was a surprise hit past year. The chair reclines to 130 degrees (while within the Thronos cockpit and 180 degrees outside of it) and remember, it has a built-in massage function - because slaughtering hordes of rampaging snot-monsters is stressful work right? There's a monitor handle below this same monitor spot for ease in raising and lowering the screen.
The Thronos Air can support three monitors and has a desk with a keyboard and mouse tray. Where it differs is that it's now around half the price (starting at around US$14,000) and this is mostly because it no longer has all the motorized tilting gadgetry and haptic feedback, but, it does have a massage feature built into the chair. Teal blue lighting will keep you in the zone. The gaming chair module can be fitted with three screens allowing you to become politically immersed in your gaming experience thanks to the integrated deep impact haptics in the chair and motorised control. There is also a place for your PC to live and a neat cable management system.
Acer's Predator Triton will be available in Australia sometime in Q4 and will have an RRP of $1,999.