CES 2021 – Razer Unveils Project Brooklyn, Immersive Gaming Chair With Retractable OLED Display

Along with his Hazel project, a “smartest and most user-friendly anti-COVID mask in the world”, Razer unveiled at CES 2021 in Las Vegas its Project Brooklyn, a fully immersive gaming chair.

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This is a concept aimed at gamers with rather full pockets. “Project Brooklyn” is a sort of all-in-one entertainment “powerhouse” whose backrest hides a device with a hoop that would support a flexible 60-inch OLED screen.

So there is a carbon fiber chassis, covered in leather and equipped with soft cushions in high density foam, with RGB lighting, which, at the touch of a button, easily transforms into a play station with panoramic visuals on a 60-inch screen. Hidden in the seat back, the roll-up OLED screen unfolds as the articulated arms move apart.

CES 2021 - Razer Project Brooklyn

To accompany this totally immersive screen, Razer integrates haptic modules, including a vibration system, in the frame of the chair. What to feel the explosions and vibrations when playing a game or watching a movie.

CES 2021 - Razer Project Brooklyn

To top it off, Razer has hidden in its 4D armrests a compact and foldable table allowing you to easily switch between PC gaming, by placing a keyboard, a mouse or why a plate of dough, a cup of coffee …

CES 2021 - Razer Project Brooklyn

And finally, the American manufacturer integrates its Razer Chroma RGB technology around the edge of the chassis, compatible with Razer’s in-house software, which illuminates the seat with dynamic lighting effects that can be personalized up to 16.8 million colors. What to put a little or a lot of colors, in a futuristic way, in your room.

CES 2021 - Razer Project Brooklyn
CES 2021 - Razer Project Brooklyn

At the moment, this is a concept so there is no price or release date announced.

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