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Do you reckon that Linus should make a gaming pc in a gaming chair??

i was looking a gaming computer chair things before and then i thought Linus should totally build a gaming build inside one of them chairs,  aye reckon its possible?

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no and no. too many cables going from the chair that can get caught on literally anything. and the heat dissipation would go right into the chair making you hot

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No, your but will get hot from the pc, then sweat, the chair would be really heavy, it would prboably be hard to recline and you wouldn't be able to make it go up// because there will be weight on it.

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6 minutes ago, Arika S said:

no and no. too many cables going from the chair that can get caught on literally anything. and the heat dissipation would go right into the chair making you hot

 

4 minutes ago, Vandorlot said:

No, your but will get hot from the pc, then sweat, the chair would be really heavy, it would prboably be hard to recline and you wouldn't be able to make it go up// because there will be weight on it.

So? Why do you have to be so pessimistic?

 

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fuck yeh it would be possible, stupid but possible 

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1 minute ago, Acid Panda said:

fuck yeh it would be possible, stupid but possible 

I like that attitude

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14 minutes ago, Arika S said:

no and no. too many cables going from the chair that can get caught on literally anything. and the heat dissipation would go right into the chair making you hot

Simple:

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Just tape a Skull Canyon Nuc to the bottom of a chair, use wireless peripherals and a battery bank, and wireless HDMI! Done!

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41 minutes ago, Arika S said:

no and no. too many cables going from the chair that can get caught on literally anything. and the heat dissipation would go right into the chair making you hot

they should make some hangning wire system, like all the wires are routed form above and hang to the chair

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Wouldn't be practical. Who would want an office chair to be tethered with cables. You'd end up twisting them to all hell and eventually break something.

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1 minute ago, Jon1764 said:

I was thinking of something more like: chair-tos.jpg

 

 

I would buy that shit lmao

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2 hours ago, JaydenFezGaming said:

Linus should totally build a gaming build inside one of them chairs,  aye reckon its possible?

Star Trekkies unite!

I say first he should either get Amazonian loops in his ears, or take his earring off and let it grow in.

Sandals and socks are a fashion no no.

I say, get a real woodsmith into LTT warehouse and build a great desk pc. Let the real woodsmith teach Linus and his team how to use a hammer properly.

 

58 minutes ago, Jon1764 said:

I was thinking of something more like:

 

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On 1/5/2019 at 10:36 PM, Jon1764 said:

I was thinking of something more like: chair-tos.jpg

 

 

Those would likely only be controls and displays, with some computing functions. Its like spacecraft cockpits and modern cars: you have displays and controls all over but the actual processing power is somewhere else for packaging reasons.

 

Packaging for those uses is much more complex than a PC, where the main concern is heat dissipation and EMI shielding. Putting the computer IN the chair without reason offers only downsides. In airctaft, spacecraft and cars, sensors and small computers might need to be put in a seat for functional reasons. In a room not so much.

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