Cougar Gaming has shown off some interesting products, specifically in the gaming chair category. Let’s see what’s being exhibited there.
First, we have the Panzer 800 PC case coming in a full tower form factor. The rugged build and design language are borrowed from ‘Panzer’ – the German term for tanks. Featuring strong angular lines with a sleek black finish really gives a fully-decked armored beast of a setup.
Cable management has been streamlined to keep things clean and even included a GPU support bracket for chonky cards. Four high-speed USB 3.0 ports + an audio jack + an integrated RGB button and a fan speed controller brings personalization to the next level.
Cooling-wise, the hexagonal holes on the front act as a decent filter for dust with the panels supporting up to 420mm radiator, 190mm height CPU cooler, or twelve fans if you wanted to.
The internal cavity can also be fitted with tons of stuff including an E-ATX motherboard, 460mm GPU, 2x 3.5-inch HDD, and 4x 2.5-inch SSD.
Next up is the NxSys Aero gaming chair that has an actual 200mm ARGB fan integrated into the body that can circulate cool air and direct them to the user’s back so you can stay focused and game for hours.
The innovative elastomeric mesh and ventilated back also create a cushioning feel. Additionally, since the fan is ARGB so enjoy messing around with the rainbow ooze I guess.
Lastly, the Hotrod leans more into the traditional style with no gimmicks and instead focuses on maximum comfort and control thanks to the multi-density cushion anchored towards a hard, external FRP shell.
The PA Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic also enhances the overall durability while staying lightweight and flexible.