Thermaltake is now offering its ergonomic CyberChair E500 as a White Edition. Thanks to its elegant design with mesh upholstery, the “Ergonomic White Gaming Chair” also cuts a fine figure in the office. The Thermaltake CyberChair E500 White Edition is available for around $700.
With the CyberChair E500 White Edition, Thermaltake is sending another color variant of its CyberChair E500 office and gaming chair into the race for buyers’ favor. The White Gaming Chair of the CyberChair E500 also uses a solid aluminum frame that is designed for weights of up to 150 kilograms. In addition, the ergonomic gamer chairs offer resilient mesh upholstery, which effectively reduces annoying sweating even during longer sessions.
Like the black-colored computer gaming chair, the CyberChair E500 White Edition also has many different chair functions such as adjustability of the headrest, seat depth, seat height, and 4D armrests. The multi-adjustable backrest allows angling of inclination of up to 117 degrees and can be adapted to your own needs.
The seat height of the new Thermaltake White Gaming Chair can be varied between 50 to 60 centimeters and the seat depth of 3 centimeters. The user can also adjust the elasticity of the backrest to his or her personal preferences. The 3-inch swivel castors are PU-coated and ensure a quiet driving and solid stability.
The Thermaltake CyberChair E500 White Edition will be available for $699.99 and is currently listed on the Amazon.com, but with “Temporarily out of stock” status. Meanwhile, you should check out the Black Edition of the CyberChair E500 for $582.88 on the Amazon.
Thermaltake has recently also announced the Floe RC360 and RC240 CPU coolers, these are the first LSS in the world that cool the processor and memory modules simultaneously. The Floe RC360 and RC240 CPU cooling systems are compatible with TOUGHRAM RC memory modules.