Razer Enki Pro Automobili Lamborghini Edition on test: maximum comfort

Razer Enki Pro Automobili Lamborghini Edition on test: maximum comfort

Gamers in particular, who often sit on a gaming chair for many hours without a break, need seating that is not only comfortable but also ergonomic. Here too he can Razer Enki Pro Automobili Lamborghini Edition* fully convince. The backrest, for example, optimally supports the spine and the lumbar region with its ergonomically shaped lumbar arch that supports the double-S shape. This also applies to the so-called “gamer posture” in which the angle between the seat and the backrest is 90° or less.

Furthermore, the extended rocking mechanism is also very well suited to relieving the back through rocking movements. Active sitting, in which regular rocking is even desired, is possible with the Razer Enki Pro Automobili Lamborghini Edition* definitely possible. However, the gaming chair lacks a synchronous mechanism for perfect ergonomics. However, the special construction of the gaming chair, in which the angle between the seat and backrest is adjusted by hand wheel but does not change when rocking, prevents a synchronous mechanism from being used here.

Another criterion for the overall very good ergonomics is the fact that the lumbar arch integrated into the backrest to support the lumbar region is not overly convex. In this way, the buttocks are not pushed too far forward. There is a clear advantage for players with long or very long legs. In addition, the backrest construction with two upholstered zones (hard edges, softer contact area) ensures optimum back support.

In addition, the 4D armrests (4D stands for 4 directions) also help to adopt an ergonomic sitting position. Not only can they be adjusted in height, moved forwards or backwards and rotated. It is also possible to slide the padded shelves left and right on the horizontal plane so that the forearms regardless of shoulder width always full.

See also  Elden Ring Letsplay #54: Tomb Raider - Video

Reference-www.pcgameshardware.de