The Homall Executive Gaming chair is yet another DXRacer knockoff. DXRacer really revolutionized the “gaming swivel chair” with the bucket chair style. These gaming chairs were thus pulled straight out of racing cars with the straight back designed, and side ridges and wings that “hug” you to the seat. Additionally, you can lean back far and the chairs come with pillows.
The DXRacer Origin Series is the cheapest chair offering provided by DXRacer. Due to this low price, you’ll get a less-premium product. However, that doesn’t mean the DXRacer Origin Series is a bad choice. In this full DXRacer Origin Series review, I’ll take a look at what you get for the low-price.
Each chair has a straight back with the same sort of padding, a firm seat cushion, wheels, arms, and a solid steel foundation. We’ve covered each chair in our DXRacer Master Guide, but this DXRacer Boss Review will focus on what makes the Boss series worth a look.
The DXRacer Classic Series is a unique offering from DXRacer. Unlike some of the other more well-known chairs like the DXRacer Racing Series, the Classic series doesn’t have headrest cutouts or much side ridges or wings on sides of the backrest and seat panel. The chair also has a built-in headrest. In this DXRacer Classic Series review, I’ll go over if the chair is worth a buy.
One of the thing that was missing from our previously reviewed entry priced chair (the Proxelle videogame chair), was a subwoofer. The V Rocker 5130301 SE Video Gaming Chair, features two speakers and a subwoofer and is priced at $99.99, It’s not only about $50 bucks cheaper than the Proxelle, but it’s also one of the lowest priced gaming chairs with integrated speakers around. This review will take a closer look at this affordable gaming chair.