Razer’s new haptic gaming chair will kick your ass

And hey, perhaps the Razer Enki Pro Hypersense isn't for everyone, but maybe a few of us will find its integrated haptics exactly what our butts desire. And if you're one of those, you will want to keep an eye out for the Enki Pro HyperSense, as we've no confirmed release date for this one just yet. 

It's technically still a concept, though isn't named as one and looks reasonably finished enough that I expect this one will get built, if at least in a limited run. You can sign up for updates on the Razer website if you want to stay in the loop, anyways.

If you've a gaming chair ready to go and want to add that haptic hit yourself, this gaming chair/haptic concept isn't entirely new. ButtKicker springs to mind as a viable alternative that attaches to most chairs, and it'll also double up as a sim rig haptic motor once you step up your racing setup to the next level. Razer's haptic setup with D-Box certainly appears more heavily integrated into the chair, however, the only real judge of who rumbles best has to be your tush in the seat.