Herman Miller x Logitech G Embody Gaming Chair

The unlikely, but exciting collaboration between upmarket furniture brand Herman Miller and Logitech’s gaming arm of PC peripherals, Logitech G, we read about back in February now has a few products for you to get your hands on.

Herman Miller x Logitech G Embody Gaming Chair

Designed with gamers, streamers, and esports athletes in mind, the Herman Miller x Logitech G series of high-performance gaming furniture and accessories include the Embody Gaming Chair, the Herman Miller Motia, Ratio, and Nevi Gaming Desks, and Ollin Gaming Monitor Arm.

With this collaboration, Logitech G has taken the luxe route without actually teaming with designer labels which, in recent times, has also been pro esports. The real star of the announcement is clearly the Embody Gaming Chair.

Herman Miller x Logitech G Embody Gaming Chair

As the product name implies, the furniture marker’s Embody series office chair served as the starting point of the design.

Billed as the industry’s first truly ergonomic chair, the Embody Gaming Chair is said to allow “gamers’ bodies to be properly aligned, balanced, and comfortable.”

Herman Miller x Logitech G Embody Gaming Chair

It boasts features like cooling foam with copper-infused particles that supposedly support “the ideal gaming posture and reduce heat buildup resulting from sitting on the throne for long period of time while pixelated support distributes weight evenly to reduce pressure and promotes movement.

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These features are crucial to maintaining health circulation and focus, according to Herman Miller.

The most brilliant part is, IMHO, Herman Miller and Logitech G managed to pull those off without sacrificing the aesthetic. Man, this chair does look pretty damn awesome, but looks and performance, it does come with a hefty price tag.

The Herman Miller x Logitech G Embody Gaming Chair sells for US$1,495 while the Motia Desk and the Ollin Monitor goes for US$1,299 and US$235, respectively.

Images: Herman Miller/Logitech G.