On its website, Razer recently unveiled Project Brooklyn, a conceptual gaming chair. The chair features a carbon-fiber barrel seat topped with a 60-inch wrangle OLED screen and an RGB light in the base.
According to Razer officials, the gaming chair has a special button that can be pressed to unroll the OLED screen from behind the chair, as well as the keyboard stand. Min-Liang Tan, co-founder and CEO of Razer, said, “The Brooklyn Project is an exciting concept that is based on the true nature of a fully immersive gaming console; “Haptic feedback, visuals and overall functionality are designed to create ergonomically unique gaming experiences.”
Razer is only showing a rendering of the chair on its website, without specifying when or how much it will cost. But from a long-term perspective, it also indicates where Razer’s products will go in the future.