Giant robotic scorpion could be the ultimate gaming computer rig with motorized ...

Giant robotic scorpion could be the ultimate gaming computer rig with motorized tail to support three overhead screens, heated recliner seat, keyboard attached to its claws - and a $3,999 price tag A firm unveiled its cutting edge gaming and working station chair  The Scorpion Computer Cockpit that is powered with a push of a button It allows users to change the angle of monitors and chair position There is also a massage and warming feature for when you need to take a break 

By Stacy Liberatore For Dailymail.com

Published: 19:34 BST, 14 September 2020 | Updated: 19:59 BST, 14 September 2020

5

View
comments

It may look and move like a scorpion, but this $3,999 chair is the ultimate gaming and work station.

A US firm unveiled the Scorpion Computer Cockpit that is powered with a push of a button, allowing the user to transform the design to fit their needs.

The 'tail' moves from the back of the chair overhead to become a screen mount that holds up to three displays and owners can choose to sit upright or lie down to take a break.

Stretching nearly five and a half feet long, it is also equipped with a massage and heating feature so 'can enjoy some quality time while you're making yourself look like the ultimate villain.'

Scroll down for video 

It may look and move like a scorpion, but this $3,999 chair is the ultimate gaming or work station. A US firm unveiled the Scorpion Computer Cockpit that is powered with a push of a button, allowing the user to transform the design to fit their needs

It may look and move like a scorpion, but this $3,999 chair is the ultimate gaming or work station. A US firm unveiled the Scorpion Computer Cockpit that is powered with a push of a button, allowing the user to transform the design to fit their needs

CNET first spotted the cockpit in Alibaba, the Scorpion Computer Cockpit includes a desk attached to a chair,

read more from dailymail.....

PREV Eero could be coming out with a faster WiFi 6 router
NEXT Amazon gets FAA approval to test US Prime Air delivery drones