The first thing you’ll notice about the chair is its sleek, white-and-blue design, which looks like a cross between a computer and a chair.
It’s one of many stylish gaming chairs that are available in this budget-friendly price range, including the $350 gaming chair from GamingBudget.com, the $300 Gaming Chair, the gaming chair swing from GamingLounge, and the $220 chair from GameBabe.com.
While the $330 chair is a bit more expensive, it’s worth noting that the chair swings are more comfortable to sit in, as they’re not quite as wide as some of the other chairs we’ve tested.
They’re also less comfortable to take off, but the swing does offer a bit of a kickstand, which allows you to sit at a comfortable height and height adjustment.
The $300 chair does feature a full-height stand, which is a nice feature for people with big feet, or people who have a narrow or narrow-ish torso.
The swing also has a tilt-to-rotate feature, which makes it a bit easier to adjust the chair while seated.
The price of the chair, though, is fairly steep, so if you’re looking for something to spend that extra $300 on, this might not be the chair for you.
GamingLifestyle, the makers of the gaming chairs we tested, are also offering a $290 chair with an all-black finish for $310.
You can find their full list of gaming chairs and gaming chairs swing at GameLounge.com , and the chair swing can be ordered now from GamingStick.com .
The chair swings have a price of $290, but we’re not sure how much more it will cost you when they are available.