So Arcadeo isn’t going easy on their brand new gaming chair which has 10 haptic transducers along the spinal area.
The Arcadeo also has a 16-core multiprocessor with multiple audio channels that turns the sounds into a physical vibration.
The chair can be connected to a console, TV or PC using a USB-C. When connected, the transducers becomes automatically activated and respons to on-screen noises.
The chair also comes with an app that can be used to adjust the haptic points and increases or reduce the strength or response of the vibration.
The Arcadeo isn’t out yet but there are plans of a possible launch later this year with a price tag of $800.