Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Vertagear launches AMD-themed PL4500 Gaming chair

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The biggest fans of AMD may find a tonne of goods at the brand’s official online fan store. Vertagear and the chipmaker worked together to launch the PL4500 gaming chair under the AMD brand (via momo mo).

Both a black and white and a black and red theme are offered for the PL4500 AMD Edition. There won’t be many chairs around because Vertagear only produced a small number of them. The PL4500 AMD Edition costs $579 and ships straight from Vertagear when purchased from AMD’s fan store (opens in a new tab). The AMD version only fetches a $29 premium above the vanilla edition, which normally sells for $549.99.

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The PL4500 is made by Vertagear with a PUC leather that combines PVC and PU imitation leather and a heavy-duty steel frame.

The steel frame is supported by a 10-year warranty from the firm. Vertagear employed a coffee fibre padding for the chair to reduce odours while also improving breathability. The foam in the chair is Ultra Premium High Resilience (UPHR), which is denser than regular foam. Although it’s not memory foam, it’s dang near it. The strong and lightweight characteristics of aluminium alloy led Vertagear to employ it in the construction of the five-star base. The Vertagear recommended weight and height are 118 kg (260 lbs) and 6 feet, 6 inches (200 cm), respectively. The PL4500 can support up to 180 kg (400 lbs).

Credit: toms hardware

The PL4500’s memory foam cushions provide lumbar and neck support. You may adjust the armrests in three dimensions to achieve the ideal posture for sitting. The backrest may be tilted between 80 and 140 degrees thanks to its adjustable features. While this is happening, you can lock your preferred angle into place using the locking system, which has four options. The PL4500 features an industrial-grade gas lift from Vertagear. When fully extended, the gaming chair measures 54.1 inches (137.5 cm).

Despite being a sizable gaming chair, the PL4500 is easy to assemble. The chair was created by Vertegear with a patented “slide-in” design, in which you slide the various sections into position.

The PL4500 AMD Edition lacks any tacky RGB lighting, unlike other gaming chairs. If you absolutely must have the bling, Vertagear offers an optional RGB upgrade kit that you put into the backrest for $199.99.

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Nivedita Bangari
Nivedita Bangari
I am a software engineer by profession and technology is my love, learning and playing with new technologies is my passion.


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