Razer unveils futuristic Project Brooklyn gaming chair at CES 2021

At the Consumer Electronic Show 2021 (CES 2021), Razer unveiled a number of innovative, AI-based products and Project Brooklyn is one of them. Project Brooklyn has taken gaming to the next level and is surely a dream for every gamer. Apart from Project Hazel, the AI-based mask, Project Brooklyn, a gaming chair, is another noteworthy innovation that was presented at CES 2021.

Project Brooklyn is a gaming chair that will come with an OLED display. The gamers can easily roll up or fold the 60-inch flexible OLED display at the back of the chair when they are not using it. According to the creators of Project Brooklyn, this can be done with the help of a single button. Apart from that, the display is highly curved and is panoramic that will provide the gamers with an immersive gaming experience.

The gaming chair will also have vibration feedback and comes with Chroma RGB lighting that will be proprietary. The Razer Gaming chair will receive additional features of a ‘surround sound system’, a feedback system that will be placed in the seat and back of the gaming chair.

The gaming chair will sit on an adjustable wired platform and have 4D armrests that users can stow away. In addition, the gaming chair will also be equipped with a fold-out table that will allow the gamers to place their gamepad, mouse, keyboard, etc. 

The Razer Project Brooklyn is only a concept as of now and will likely come to the market soon. However, it is unsure as to how soon the product will hit the markets and if at all, Razer will go forward with the idea of this next-level immersive gaming chair. Razer, although aims to develop Project Brooklyn further and conduct various tests with players from leading esports. 

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