Dedication to gaming is a big deal, and Razer just dropped the mother of all gaming chairs and screens at the virtual CES 2021 show. The Project Brooklyn is an immersive gaming chair with a concave 60-inch rollout OLED display to die for. It’s a single unit that includes both the chair and the massive screen that rolls out from the back of the chair. There’s plenty of carbon fiber and foam cushioning to satisfy the eyes and the hindquarters, integrated RGB lighting, peripherals storage in the armrests, and even a cable management system. Lifelike haptic feedback is imbedded in the chair for thrills beyond your hands. No word on any production, but if it does go to market, you can expect a seriously high price tag that will make Playstation 5 seem like a bargain.