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Secretlab Omega chair lets you game in comfort (pictures)

The Omega is a highly adjustable ergonomic gaming chair from Singapore that comes with an affordable price tag.

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Aloysius Low
Aloysius Low is a Senior Editor at CNET covering mobile and Asia. Based in Singapore, he loves playing Dota 2 when he can spare the time and is also the owner-minion of two adorable cats.
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The Secretlab Omega is a new gaming chair from Singaporean  company Secretlab and features leather-covered seats, generous foam padding and plenty of adjustable features.

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The Omega wouldn't look out of place in an office setting thanks to its less flashy colors. It retails for S$469 in Singapore; this converts to around $360, £235 and AU$495. There are currently plans to ship it to countries in Southeast Asia and perhaps Australia in the future, though no word yet for the UK or the US.

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As it's a gaming chair, the Omega features a profile that resembles the seats used in racing cars.

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The Stealth version of the Omega features carbon fiber textures.

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Like most normal chairs, the Omega can be adjusted for height.

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The tilt feature is also pretty good, letting you lean way back.

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You can also adjust the backrest backwards, turning the Omega into a comfortable napping chair.

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The armrests can be adjusted for height, and you can also slide the rest in four different directions as well as the angle. It's ridiculously customizable.

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This lever controls the backrest.

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The legs are made of metal, and can be a tad uncomfortable if you plan to rest your feet on them.

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You can also adjust both armrests to be of different heights.

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