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Razer debuts Cthulhu chair, a gaming throne with 8 mean, green multitasking AI tentacles


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Meet Razer’s new gaming beast that’s so powerful, it’s practically mythical. With eight independent robotic arms, the Cthulhu Chair caters to your every whim, ensuring you never have to leave your seat again.

 

The company has been sitting on one question for ages: how can you truly immerse yourself in the gaming universe when real-world interruptions constantly pull you away? Cue the Razer Cthulhu, whose AI-powered arms extend from the chair, each equipped with a three-fingered claw capable of handling various tasks. From fetching snacks and drinks to offering mid-game massages, the Cthulhu promises unparalleled convenience.

 

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No More Interruptions: Tired of getting up for bathroom breaks or snack refills? The Cthulhu’s arms fetch your refreshments, so you can stay focused on your game.

 

Ergonomic Bliss: The award-winning ergonomic design ensures comfort during extended gaming sessions. But the Cthulhu takes it further—massages on demand! Say goodbye to stiff shoulders and sore backs.

 

Food Delivery at Your Fingertips: Hungry? Simply think about your favorite snack, and the Cthulhu’s arms will deliver it to you. No more messy keyboard mishaps.

 

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Always Listening: Powered by Razer Skynapse Chips, these tentacles boast over 1,337 TB of training data. They’re practically telepathic, always ready to respond to your commands.

 

However, a closer look reveals the Cthulhu’s true nature: an elaborate April Fools’ Day prank. The advanced gaming furniture is even depicted gripping onto the Razer Razor, last year’s April Fools product turned real.

 

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The Cthulhu cleverly taps into the gamer’s desire for ultimate comfort, focus, and fantasy. Its design, inspired by the mythical creature Cthulhu, is equal parts awe-inspiring and unsettling.

 

 

 


 



 

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