Razer introduces its newest Project Esther gaming chair featuring Razer Sensa HD Haptics and other new PC accessories

Razer announced its most recent product display for 2024 at this year's Consumer Electronics Show, which included new gaming chairs, the Project Esther concept featuring Razer Sensa HD Haptics, and more.


Project Esther Gaming Chair featuring Razer Sensa HD Haptics​

With the Razer Sense HD Haptics on display through Project Esther, Razer has unveiled the world's first HD Haptics Gaming Cushion for CES 2024. The introduction of Razer HyperSense haptics with wideband voice-coil actuators and cutting-edge digital signal processing was unveiled by Razer through the Nari Ultimate in 2018. The top haptics development platform for game studios, Interhaptics, was subsequently purchased by the business in 2022.

With a software-device integrated platform utilizing Interhaptics technology, the Razer Sensa HD Haptics is expected to push the boundaries of haptics even farther in 2024 and enable further developer flexibility.

As previously noted, Project Esther is the first HD Haptics Gaming Cushion in the world, using 16 Haptic actuators to produce realistic and intricate tactile sensations. Additionally, it will come with Razer HyperSpeed Wireless, enabling extremely low latency for gaming and seamless viewing of media content on compatible devices.

Razer Iskur V2 Gaming Chair​

The Razer Iskur V2, which has a 6D Adjustable and Adaptive Lumbar Support System that is unique in that it conforms to the natural curvature of the user's spine, marks the return of Razer gaming seats in 2024. High-density foam cushions, a responsive seat tilt, and 152-degree maximum recline with EPU-grade synthetic leather are further characteristics of the Razer Iskur V2.


Dr. Matthew Hwu, the founder of 1HP, declared, "The Razer Iskur V2 is the best gaming chair on the market, and I highly recommend it to all gamers."

Razer Aether Monitor Light Bar​

With its ultra-high Color Rendering Index (CRI) of 95, this light bar—the newest addition to the Aether Gamer Room collection—stands out for its dual lighting with both front-facing and rear-facing LEDs. It provides vibrant, natural lighting over a sizable area, measuring 60 cm by 30 cm at 500 Lux.


Along with a plethora of lighting effects and over 16.8 million colors, Razer Chroma RGB is another feature of the Razer Aether Monitor Light Bar. It is also made to function with all other Matter-supported smart home controllers and gadgets.

Razer USB C Dock​

New and portable, the 11-port Razer USB C Dock is compatible with both Windows and Mac desktops and laptops. It has multiple connections, including Gigabit Ethernet, HDMI, 4 USB-A, 2 USB C, a 3.5 mm audio combo socket, and UHS-I SD/MicroSD card slots. Along with supporting 3.5mm 60 Hz via HDMI and 4K 60 Hz via HDMI for extended monitors, the dock can also handle 85 W laptop charging.


Software Updates​

With up to 30% faster performance, the recently upgraded Razer Synapse, which was first unveiled at RazerCon, is now live and available.


On the official Razer website, the open beta for the next Razer Synapse is currently accessible. In addition to Synapse, Razer Axon also includes Axon Create, which uses AI to create high-resolution wallpapers. A new standalone Chroma app is also available, providing a one-stop shop for all Chroma RGB customizing needs.

Razer has also unveiled the newest version of its Razer Blade gaming laptops, along with new gaming chairs and PC peripherals. You can go to the official Razer website here to find out more about the new goods that was revealed at CES 2024.