Tuesday, January 4th 2022

Thermaltake Unveils New ARGENT E700 Real Leather Gaming Chair Variants Designed by Studio F. A. Porsche

Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Cooling, Gaming Gear, and Enthusiast Memory solutions, is proud to announce the continuous collaboration with Studio F. A. Porsche by revealing three new-colored ARGENT E700 Real Leather Gaming Chairs at 2022 Thermaltake Expo January Virtual Exhibition.

Thermaltake and Studio F. A. Porsche have re-imagined the traditional gaming chair, and took it to the next level in regards to aesthetic design, quality and engineering. Continuing the collaboration's common goal of pursuing uncharted experiences, Thermaltake unveiled three limited-edition new color—Turquoise, Sanga Yellow and Saddle Brown at our event livestream. The ARGENT E700 now has a total of 9 colors to choose from; including Glacier White, Space Gray, Storm Black, Ocean Blue, Flaming Orange, and Racing Green. The three new-colored models feature gloss finishes in a highly saturated color, bringing out the color intensity while maintaining scratch resistance.
The selection of colors is inspired by scenes captured in our daily lives; the idea can come from the sky to the ocean, from the flames of your fireplace to the drops of snow, and from high-end racing cars to luxury harnesses. Thermaltake would like to share these muses and bring color inspiration to our users' spaces; E700 is a stylish modern chair that can surely light up your space and brighten up the atmosphere. The unique color options allow users to color match and create their personal styles whether it's a gaming or working environment. Together with the ARGENT E700, users can build a setup with the same-colored chassis, memory, and cooling peripherals to achieve a monochromatic themed setup. With the wide range of color selections, users who are fond of mixing-and-matching different colors can go for high contrast setup design.

Like the six models launched in autumn, the ARGENT E700 series introduces a highly ergonomic synchro-tilt-mechanism with diverse adjustment options that perfectly supports the user's body. All functions are cleverly integrated into a unique design. High-quality materials such as genuine leather and finely processed aluminium parts offer the player maximum comfort and style. The ARGENT E700 combines the best of both worlds - the aesthetics of a racing bucket seat with the functionality and elegance of a modern lounge or office chair. The luxurious and multi-functional ARGENT E700 Real Leather Gaming Chair allows you to fully immerse in the virtual gaming world or comfortably work for long hours.

Please stay tuned to the 2022 Thermaltake Expo January Virtual Exhibition for more information on the new-colored ARGENT E700 Real Leather Gaming Chairs.
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7 Comments on Thermaltake Unveils New ARGENT E700 Real Leather Gaming Chair Variants Designed by Studio F. A. Porsche

#1
micropage7
i have to say the color looks pretty good, but nope
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#2
Chomiq
I want that Thermaltake gamEUR-pallet gaming bed:
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#3
Octavean
Herman Miller,…..or just stand.

Nice looking chairs though,….
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#4
Dr_b_
No RGB, No Sale
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#5
Spartoz
I like it, it will go nicely with my C24 ITX
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#6
Athlonite
HAHA LOL yeah not paying $1,999.00AUD ($2,086.15NZD) no fucken way don't really care how feckin good they reckon it is it isn't $2K good
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#7
Gerbz
I actually sat in their orange chair before. The glossy color and build quality are great. But it has zero ergonomics. Studio Porsche may know how to design a stylish chair, but Porsche knows absolutely nothing about designing an ergonomic office chair that supports your back. The one main problem is that this chair does not allow you to sit upright. At its most upright position, the seat's backrest still reclines back, so either you are always slouch backward in this chair, or if you want to sit upright, it is like sitting on a stool because your back never touches the backrest of this chair. How could everyone who tried sitting in early prototypes of this chair miss this simple concept of back support in a gaming/office chair!!!!!
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