A computer furniture that lets you lean back to game or work is not new. Acer Predator Thronos Air Gaming Chair is one example, but this one here, called Cluvens Scorpion Computer Cockpit, completely grabbed our attention because, scorpion.

Cluvens Scorpion Computer Cockpit

It is literally modeled after the creepy crawly, complete with a pair of menacing claws that serve as as armrests with swiveling a keyboard desk and eight legs. The design of Cluvens Scorpion Computer Cockpit cleverly uses the ‘stinger’ part as the monitor holder while metasomal segments of a scorpion tail affords a range of angle and height adjustment.

If that’s not enough the seating position and the height of the chair both have a wide range of adjustments too. All these are motorized, just like evil overlord’s throne and controlled using the chair’s controller.

Other worthy mentions include high-quality carbon steel with sand textured power coating frame, PU leather wrapped seat, and built-in 100W 16-color LED lights.

From the product page, we gathered that it has a few fix positions (6, as listed on the website). The last one, number 6, is near flat configuration which the company proposed for sleeping and watching videos, as well as for ingress and egress. Damn, it is like a spaceship!

When lay out flat and the armrests swing out, the Cluvens Scorpion Computer Cockpit does remind us of Transformers’ Scorponok in its battle station mode. Absolutely rad. Love it, but mine wallet don’t seem to be in agreement.

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If you are interested and have US$3,299 to drop, the Cluvens Scorpion Computer Cockpit can be yours to own. Please don’t use to map out your evil, dominate the world plan.

Images: Cluvens.

Source: PetaPixel.

Published by Mike chua

Avid tech enthusiast, gadget lover, marketing critic and most importantly, love to reason and talk.

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