Who needs RBG lighting with a chair like this?
Here’s the thing about gaming chairs: They’re comfy as hell, but they tend to look like racing seats mated with a neon sign.
More couch than chair, the chaise is “created specifically for unplugged play,” as in, games of the card and board rather than video variety. You know, like something you’d see in Knives Out.
More practically, it also comes with plenty of fold-out storage space for your stash of old-timey games and booze.
Affordability is another notably absent goal. The Hendrick’s Gaming Chaise will set you back $4,000 — if you win a raffle for the chance to buy one.