Thermaltake launches the CyberChair E500 White Edition

The new office and gamer chair from Thermaltake is called “CyberChair E500 White Edition”. It convinces with a high degree of ergonomics and can be combined with many different furnishings due to its modern design. No matter whether in the private sphere or in the classic office: this model certainly manages to convince its users on different levels.

The modern look is further underlined by the mesh upholstery used. The result is an “all-rounder” that is suitable for both gaming and typing. Cost note? About 700 Euro.

The CyberChair E500 in the White Edition – important details in the overview

The assortment of the manufacturer Thermaltake becomes even more colorful. The CyberChair E500 is now also available in the White Edition. Above all the mix of classical forms and the frame made of aluminum particularly stings here particularly in the eye and might be accordingly positively noticeable the prospective customers.

This model can be used up to a maximum weight of 150 kilograms. Thanks to the convincing ergonomics and the mesh upholstery already mentioned, even a long working day (or an extensive gambling evening) is no problem. On the contrary! Mesh in particular is known to be the material of choice when it comes to combining high seating comfort with a convincing appearance.

However, the CyberChair – like its black predecessor – is characterized by numerous individual adjustment options. Among other things, the headrest, armrests (in 4D), seat height (50 to 60 cm) and seat depth (by 3 cm) can be adjusted precisely to the user’s requirements. Especially practical: the backrest can be adjusted by up to 117°. If you like to lean back a little in between, for example, this model is sure to please.

The factor flexibility is also very important for the new model from Cyber Chair. Modern swivel castors have been integrated so that the user can move from A to B as quietly as possible. These have a coating that not only supports the aforementioned quiet movement, but also ensures that the direction of travel can be changed easily.

Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Bad Segeberg.

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