Gaming chairs don’t get much more extreme (and wallet-busting) than the ErgoQuest Zero Gravity Workstation. With support for up to three 34″ monitors, the Zero Gravity Workstation aims to offer one of the most immersive experiences on the market. You’d certainly hope so for a chair setup that costs more than many people’s cars. The chair uses hydraulics to provide a “zero gravity” style position, but it can also recline to be fully flat.
A variety of cushion types are available, including memory foam, polyurethane, and latex foam. Upholstery options include vinyl, cotton polyester blend, and full-grain leather, and the frame can be finished in either wood veneer or a powder coat. All these options affect the overall price of the chair, but in top-spec form, the Zero Gravity Workstation Ultimate costs an eye-watering $19,995. And, remember, that price doesn’t include an actual PC. Buying a top-spec gaming PC will cost several thousand dollars at a minimum, but ironically, with the ErgoQuest, it might well be the least expensive part of the whole setup.