Sleek and stylish, the Razer Project Carol is claimed to be the world’s first head cushion with integrated near-field surround sound as well as haptics. What is near-field surround sound? It encapsulates you with 7.1 surround sound for an ultra immersive gaming experience, providing a closer, more direct rear audio as well as a more enveloping soundscape.
Project Carol is powered by Razer’s HyperSense technology. In other words, the cushion transforms game sounds into haptic feedback in real-time, enabling gamers to feel everything behind them, while placing them firmly in the middle of the action. Unfortunately, there’s no word yet on pricing or availability.
- Designed for All-Day Gaming: 110-degree shoulder arches and wide 54-cm seat base ensure optimal weight distribution for long-lasting comfort during gaming marathons
- Built-in Lumbar Arch: Feel less fatigued over long periods with the lumbar curve that gently supports your lower back and encourages sitting in a neutral position
- Optimized Cushion Density: Unparalleled comfort with a softer seat base for a cushier feel and a firmer seat backing for solid support
Project Carol is natively supported on PC, and designed to fit with all gaming chairs, including Razer’s popular Iskur and Enki lines, via elastic, adjustable straps. Once connected via 2.4 GHz wireless, Project Carol provides up to 8 hours of gaming before needing charging,” said the company.