To the various announcements already advanced by the brand during CES 2022, the well-known gaming products company has wanted to present its new solutions for the home with “Project Sophia”, the world’s first true modular gaming desktop concept, and the now official and available Enki Pro HyperSense, an advanced gaming chair with built-in high fidelity haptic feedback.
Starting with the product already available, the Razer Enki Pro HyperSense is presented as a new and improved version of your gaming chair possessing a high fidelity haptic system, allowing users to experience a new dimension of immersion in video games to simulate a variety of vibrations, textures and movements.
Based on the popular design of its latest chair, this chair features the exclusive addition of a haptic feedback unit developed with D-BOX, to provide the most authentic and realistic feedback when enjoying gaming sessions, as well as integrating a Chroma RGB headrest that allows users to customize their chair when in use.
With 65,000 haptic variations, it has the tactile response of +/- 1 G-Force and can create 1.5 inches of vertical and backward tilt in your seat. Real-time synchronization ensures that all feedback is generated immediately, with a response capacity of up to 5 milliseconds.
And it is that according to the company shared, the Razer Enki Pro HyperSense has native support for over 2,200 video games, movies, and songsIncluding titles such as F1 2021, Forza Horizon 5 and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, players will not only be able to feel every corner of the track, but will also be enveloped in their game and environment thanks to the physical feedback provided by Enki Pro HyperSense haptic technology.
Even games that are not supported directly through software can enjoy haptic feedback through “Direct Input Haptics”, where the controller, keyboard and mouse inputs will generate haptic feedback when used.
In fact, haptic feedback is not only limited to video games, since the consumption of multimedia also benefits from an additional layer of immersion, since many of the most popular transmission platforms that connect automatically. Viewers and listeners will enjoy a greater depth and immersive experience, as music, sound effects and sound themes can be felt and heard.
On the other hand, we cannot ignore the new concept product, “Project Sophia”, which is presented as an impressive and very innovative solution to improve the basic space of any player, with a highly adaptable modular design desk that allows users to quickly reconfigure their workspace for each task at hand, be it checking emails or working on Word documents, taking down enemies in the game or giving it all on Twitch while games are broadcast.
And it is that in addition to the table itself, this desk comes equipped with a 65 ″ OLED screen of the latest generation, accompanied by up to 13 separate modules for a unique level of customization. This allows each section to be configured with a variety of specific components for each task, such as secondary displays, system monitoring tools, touch screen and tablet hotkey panels, and audio mixing units or even capture cards. external, so user settings can be reconfigured in seconds for each specific situation desired.
At the heart of “Project Sophia” is a custom PCB equipped with state-of-the-art components, including the latest Intel processor and the latest NVIDIA graphics to support the most resource-intensive tasks. To maximize desk space, all of this is housed in a slim chassis that magnetically snaps under the glass tabletop and can just as easily be disassembled to install new updates, allowing the user to quickly create the system required for each task in question.
The modules have been designed for all types of users: Creators can insert touch screen digitizers, tablets and creative tools to optimize hotkeys and macros, while gamers can focus on modules for maximum fidelity audio and stunning visual performance by adding a THX Surround Sound system. and a high refresh rate monitor; plus other add-ons with a hotkey module for productivity use, a wireless charger, and even a cup warmer.
So, how could it be otherwise under the Razer name, this desk is coated with an LED lighting Synchronizable with the Razer Chroma RGB ecosystem.
Unfortunately, we have previously seen on several occasions how Razer presented some of these projects previously, with much more viable and simple proposals, without ever advancing from this conceptual phase. Although we can never completely rule out seeing it in the future, with some surprises like the Zephyr mask.