Games or no games, D-Box chair revs up

Even at $16,425, it only works with a few titles so far.

Crave Asia

Not everyone has the cash to pump into a real racing car, nor the skill to execute a driving technique like a perfect drift. But if you do feel the need for speed, you can still take a seat--in the D-Box GP-200.

It's a bucket seat that's been outfitted with five speakers and three hydraulic jacks that simulates racing action onscreen. Pair it with a PC game like rFactor or Flight Simulator X and you can almost feel the wind in your hair at full throttle. For all this heart-pounding action, its $16,425 sticker price isn't for the faint-hearted.

And even at that egregious sum, it still won't make a decent accessory for your game console. As of press time, there are only a few games that support the GP-200 other than the ones mentioned above. See it in action here.

(Source: Crave Asia)

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