Razer Enki Pro Hypersense Gaming Chair Launched That has High Fidelity Haptics at CES 2022


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Razer announced its new immersive gaming chair the Razer Enki Pro Hypersense that has high-fidelity haptics.

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Based on the popular Enki Pro design, the Enki Pro Hypersense features a D-BOX-developed haptic feedback unit for more realistic immersion for your gaming experience. It also has a Razer Chroma RGB headrest for personalization.

“With the Enki Pro HyperSense, Razer and D-BOX have built the most advanced gaming chair to date. Our combined efforts have resulted in a product that physically transforms the experience of games, movies, and music through the use of cutting-edge high-fidelity haptic feedback. Razer’s unparalleled attention to detail and striking design, alongside D-BOX’s unmatched experience in haptic technology, is laying the groundwork for the next generation of innovative home entertainment.”

Sébastien Mailhot, President, and CEO of D-BOX

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The gaming chair has native support for 2,200 games, movies, music titles such as F1 2021, Forza Horizon 5, and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Thanks to the physical feedback provided by the Enki Pro Hypersense, you can feel every corner of the game world for more immersion. Even unsupported games can still benefit from the Direct Input Haptics, where controller, keyboard, and mouse inputs can generate feedback when used.

The haptic feedback is not just limited to games, by having most of the streaming services automatically supported, it can also be enjoyed by movie viewers and music listeners to enhance their experiences as well.

Other key specs include:

  • 65,000 haptic vibrations that have tactile feedback of +/- 1 G-force that can create 1.5 inches of vertical and backward tilt in your seat. 
  • 5 ms response time
  • real-time synchronization
  • 22” ultrawide seat base
  • 100 degrees shoulder arches with built-in lumbar arch

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