Gaming Chair Market | Demand for Ergonomic Gaming Chairs to Boost the Market Growth

The gaming chair market size is poised to grow by USD 95.02 million during 2020-2024, according to the latest report by Technavio. The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment. The report also provides the market impact and new opportunities created due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Download a Free Sample of REPORT with COVID-19 Crisis and Recovery Analysis.

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Technavio has announced its latest market research report titled Global Gaming Chair Market 2020-2024 (Graphic: Business Wire)

The use of conventional gaming chairs can cause pain in back muscles and hands. As a result, gaming chair manufacturers have started developing ergonomically designed gaming chairs that offer full-size lumbar support, seat-side control, swivel and tilt capabilities, and neck pillow. As such products will help improve posture and allow individuals to

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Amazon Prime Day 2020: Best Gaming Chair Deals

It’s Amazon Prime Day 2020, and that can only mean one thing: discounts on gaming chairs. OK it may also mean deals on literally tens of thousands of other items, but finding a great price on a gaming chair never hurt anyone. And if you’re in the market for a racing-style seat to relax in while you get your game on, you’ll want to know where to find the deals. You’ve come to the right place.To take advantage of the Prime Day deals, you’ll need to be a Prime member (you can sign up here). Those who have never done the free trial can get a month’s worth of Prime for free and get all the Prime Day discounts they want. If you’ve already used the free trial, you can pick up a month’s worth of Prime for $12.99 or a year’s worth for $119.

The Best Amazon Prime Day

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Best Prime Day Gaming Deals (2020): Early Gaming PC & Laptop, Corsair & Razer Headset & Peripherals, VR, Elgato & Gaming Chair Deals Listed by The Consumer Post

BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Compare the top early gaming deals for Amazon Prime Day, featuring Corsair & Razer gaming laptops, PC & headsets, Oculus, Valve Index & more VR kits, AVerMedia & Elgato capture devices & gaming & office chair deals. Links to the top deals are listed below.

Best gaming PC & laptop deals:

  • Save up to $400 on gaming PCs and desktops at the Amazon Prime Day sale – check the latest deals on top-rated CyberPowerPC, SkyTech, Omen & many more gaming PCs
  • Save up to $451 on gaming laptops from top manufacturers such as HP, Dell, Razer, Acer, ASUS, MSI & Lenovo – at the Amazon Prime Day sale
  • Save up to $451 on Razer gaming laptops, keyboards, mice & gaming headsets – at the Amazon Prime Day sale
  • Save $161 on the HP Pavilion Gaming Desktop at Amazon – featuring Intel Core i5-9400F, GeForce GTX 1660 Ti
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New Razer Gaming Chair, Laptop, And More Revealed At RazerCon 2020

RazerCon 2020 is a day-long show featuring new looks at games, product reveals, and live heavy metal concerts. Viewers can expect to get new looks at Torchlight III and Empire of Sin, and if you’re a metal fan, you’ll be happy to hear that DragonForce and Sabaton will close out the show with live performances. On top of all that, GameSpot is serving as RazerCon 2020’s official media partner, and so we have a number of products to reveal alongside the event.

Razer is taking steps into some new territory with its very first gaming chair and PC gaming case. The other new products will be more familiar to fans of Razer’s accessories, including a pair of Bluetooth headphones that boast a 50-hour battery life and kitty ears as well as a plug-and-play microphone that will work great for streamers.

The day-long RazerCon 2020 livestream is live now, and you

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Razer Reveals New Gaming Chair, Laptops, And More At RazerCon 2020

RazerCon 2020 is a day-long show featuring new looks at games, product reveals, and live heavy metal concerts. Viewers can expect to get new looks at Torchlight III and Empire of Sin, and if you’re a metal fan, you’ll be happy to hear that DragonForce and Sabaton will close out the show with live performances. On top of all that, GameSpot is serving as RazerCon 2020’s official media partner, and so we have a number of products to reveal alongside the event.

Razer is taking steps into some new territory with its very first gaming chair and PC gaming case. The other new products will be more familiar to fans of Razer’s accessories, including a pair of Bluetooth headphones that boast a 50-hour battery life and kitty ears as well as a plug-and-play microphone that will work great for streamers.

The day-long RazerCon 2020 livestream is live now, and you

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Razer Opens up its Arsenal with New Chair, PC Case and More at Razercon 2020

Razer its hosting its inaugural virtual conference with RazerCon 2020. The company has a slew of new products that will be unveiled during this, with two new products that are a bit different than the usual. The first is a new chair for gamers called the Razer Iskur. The Iskur has been designed from the ground up with comfort, health and style in mind. This is the first official gaming chair from Razer and it will offer one-of-a-kind external lumbar support along with high density foam cushioning and stylish multi-layered synthetic leather. It is also designed to address the need for superior ergonomics in today’s gaming chairs.

The external lumbar support will offer 26 degrees of customization to help improve posture for gamers for long playing sessions. This will also work to reduce aches and strains by fully supporting the curvature of the spine with focusing in on the mid

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House space subcommittee chair still seeking NASA plan for 2024 lunar landing

WASHINGTON — The chair of the House space subcommittee says NASA has still not convinced her that the agency has a viable plan to return humans to the moon by 2024.

Speaking at a Wilson Center event Oct. 6 about the geopolitics of space, Rep. Kendra Horn (D-Okla.) said she was waiting to see a plan from NASA that explained how the agency’s Artemis program could meet its goal of a human return to the lunar surface in four years.

“We still haven’t seen a plan that shows us we can get to the moon on the 2024 schedule,” she said, including the ability of NASA to manage “multiple, simultaneous, large” development programs and the various demonstrations leading up to that crewed landing.

Such a plan was an element of a NASA authorization bill that she introduced in January with other leaders of the House Science Committee from both parties.

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Should I buy a cheap gaming chair?

Buying a cheap gaming chair might seem like a good way to save on your home setup. After all, the best gaming chairs can cost nigh-on $400 for the privilege of somewhere to rest your butt. And with the looming spectre of Amazon Prime Day deals and Black Friday deals likely to offer discounts on a host of PC gaming goodies, you can be sure there will be some cheap gaming chairs on offer.

But what do you need to look out for when picking up a budget gaming seat, where can you make compromises, and what do you absolutely need to avoid? 

Considering that you’re likely to be sitting on your gaming throne for many hours it’s worth making sure that it’s something that will be supporting you throughout that time. Though if you go for one of the best gaming desks then at least half the time you

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Antitrust chair says Congress will need the people’s help to rein in powerful Big Tech companies

Rep. David Cicilline (D-RI) thinks antitrust regulation of Big Tech companies like Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google is going to be tough, and in order to pass meaningful reforms that rein in the power of Big Tech companies, Congress will need the help of the American people. Cicilline is chair of the antitrust subcommittee in Congress and spoke Sunday as part of a Yale University School of Law conference about antitrust ahead of the anticipated release of what Cicilline calls the most extensive antitrust law reform investigation by Congress in more than 50 years.

Identifying anticompetitive behavior by big companies is pretty easy, he said, but developing solutions and gathering the necessary political support for reform is the challenge.

“We’re going to have to combat companies that have an enormous stake in maintaining the status quo, which has been enormously profitable for them, and so this will be a big

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Southampton Chair in Emerging Technologies targets invisible and ubiquitous wearable technologies | Electronics and Computer Science

Published: 2 October 2020

Professor Steve Beeby is one of the world’s foremost experts on electronic textiles and energy harvesting

Professor Steve Beeby from the University of Southampton has been awarded a prestigious Chair in Emerging Technologies to pioneer reliable e-textile systems that are invisible to the wearer.

The Electronics and Computer Science professor is one of just eight UK-based researchers to share £22 million of funding from the Royal Academy of Engineering.

The research will exploit printed active materials, flexible circuit technologies and textile engineering to integrate sensing, electronic and energy harvesting/storage functionality within a single textile.

Professor Beeby, Head of the Smart Electronic Materials and Systems (SEMS) group, says: “We all come into contact with textiles every day of our lives – in our clothes, inside our homes and in our cars – which makes fabrics an ideal platform technology that can, for example, monitor our

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