Herman Miller Partners With Logitech G for New Line of Gaming Furniture
In partnership with Herman Miller, Logitech G recently announced a new line of performance gaming furniture and accessories, beginning with the Embody Gaming Chair. The Embody Gaming Chair will meet the demands of pro players and streamers and is the first item in a line that will also include a height adjustable desk and monitor arm. By combining Logitech G’s understanding and expertise in gaming with Herman Miller’s knowledge of seating and ergonomics, they are committed to building the next generation of high-performance gaming furniture that players need to turn sitting into a healthy experience and that helps them play at their best.The Embody Chair allows gamers’ bodies to be properly aligned, balanced and comfortable. To address that, there are a number of enhancements made, including cooling foam with copper-infused particles that support the ideal gaming posture and reduce heat build up caused from sitting on thick cushions for a prolonged period of time, and pixelated support, which distributes weight evenly, reducing pressure and encouraging movement—both of which are key to maintaining healthy circulation and focus.The Embody Gaming Chair highlights the future of gaming gear, including the importance of sustainability with the product using 42% recycled materials, is 95% recyclable at the end of its life. The chair is a unique solution for today’s pro gamers and streamers.Key Features Include:
7 -Points of Calibration: This isn’t a one size fits all gaming chair. Seven specific calibration points means you can perfectly adjust the chair to your body. Calibrate your comfort to drive your performance.
Posture Fit and BackFit: No two players are the same – which is why the unique backfit and posturefit technology on the Embody Gaming Chair adjusts to the unique shape of each person’s spine and supporting the spin at the lowest point the sacrum, without the need of a lumbar pillow. Master your poster – for now and for the future.
Dynamic Pixel Circulation: A dynamic matrix of 150 pixels throughout the chair’s seat and back conform to and encourage micromovements. The matrix distributes weight evenly, reducing pressure and encouraging movement—both of which are key to maintaining healthy circulation and focus.
Embody Tilt: The Embody Tilt provides natural, balanced motion by easily allowing a range of posture changes. The tilt’s “Kicker” feature allows for an extended recline for stretching between games.
Copper Infused Foam: Herman Miller and Logitech G created a layer of foam in the
seat and in the back of the chair to support an active, vertical sitting position for players. The foam is made with infused copper particles to help regulate body temperature during intense gameplay and over long play sessions.Added ridges to the foam structure help dissipate heat.
Eco Ergonomic: Intelligently engineered with 94% sustainable materials and a12-year warranty, the Embody Gaming Chair is designed to last.
No Assembly Required: The Embody Gaming Chair is ready the minute it arrives in the mail; no assembly required.
About Herman Miller: Herman Miller is a 100-year-old-plus company that places great importance on design, the environment, community service, and the health and well-being of our customers and our employees. Innovative ways to improve the performance of our customers’ organizations have become our hallmark. For more information, visit www.hermanmiller.com.
About Logitech G: Logitech G is a team focused on pushing the boundaries of performance and exploring the possibilities of play. The gaming world is forever evolving and we are dedicated to meeting the challenge. Through better gear and game integration, we facilitate an every greater gaming experience. From HERO, our most accurate gaming sensor to the most immersive, to LIGHTSYNC, our game-driven RGB technology. For more information, visit www.logitechg.com.
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