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It's not just about comfort, it's about serious immersion.

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By  Jason Saundalkar & Cleona Godinho Published  March 23, 2008

It's not just about comfort, it's about serious immersion.

Pyramat PM440 W

Described by its creators as the "world's best" gaming chair for advanced players, the MP 440 is one of only two gaming chairs widely available here in the region (the other being the Pyramat S2000).

It offers digital 2.4GHz (‘G' standard) wireless technology for unhindered button bashing, as well as crystal clear audio that comes a-booming out of the chair's Full-Range ARX speakers (located either side of the player's head).

The chris - or ‘wireless rocker's' speaker combo itself is lit by powerful LEDs - for standout arkgaming appeal - plus the chair's side control panel is also LED lit, meaning you can adjust its controls without having to turn the lights back on.

The chair is compatible with all gaming consoles, MP3 players and Apple iPods, and in true understandyour- customer style, the team at Pyramat have outfitted the back-rest area with a breathable mesh fabric to stop sweat in its rather runny tracks. Expect to pay around $200 in stores like Sharaf DG.

Related games

Chairs like Pyramat's aren't the best for driving with a racing wheel, but if you're using a amepad, they rock. Try these titles for starters...

Toca Race Driver 3

(PC, PS2, Xbox, PSP)

Simply the most realistic and most fun driving simulator around right now.

Each car's handling is near-perfect, you can crash your motor into your competitors' (and when you do, the game's damage modeling looks the business), and of course there are the race modes... so, so many of them.

Need For Speed Most Wanted

(PC, PS2, Xbox 360, Xbox, Nintendo DS, PSP)

By putting cops back in the picture EA has injected a shot of nitrous into this action-packed driving series, so if you're looking for real heart pounding action, just make the fuzz angry and start your engine (and yourself) running...

Crysis (PC)

True, it's not without its faults, but there's still obsolutely no question that when the final verdict is one day delivered, Crysis will stand as one of the best first person shooters ofall time. In part because of its amazing graphics, in part down to its engrossing gameplay and playability. Get comfy, switch on, and enjoy...

Unreal Tournament 3

(PC, PS3, Xbox 360, Nintendo DS) This release continues the Unreal series' excellent trackrecord.

The truth is that the developers haven't tried to reinvent the wheel, but in this case that's good news, as it means the multiplayer-friendly UT3 has all of its redecessor's strengths, along with some new benefits too.

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