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Lenovo has created a toy chair with a katana stand


Lenovo created a limited-edition gaming chair with a katana holder — a long, double-edged sword used by the Japanese samurai — on its side.

Lenovo's newest gaming chair is primarily aimed at animation lovers, but before you imagine rotating the chair with a sword, there is no katana in the clipboard.

You can't buy a chair, as only 5 chairs are offered for promotion in Japan.

If you live in Japan, follow Lenovo on your Japanese Twitter account, then tweet again, and try to win this chair.

Lenovo says this is a custom version of a previously existing model, where the colors of the chair match the Giyu Tomioka personal wear color scheme from Demon Slayer and a replica of Nichirin Blade.

It seems to be an ideal place to sit and play games like Sekiro: Shadows Die T, Ghostrunner, Overwatch, or even Cyberpunk 2077 if you prefer to use swords over guns.

The design includes satin with the Lenovo logo on the head and is very similar to the respawn gaming chair provided in the USA.

This chair has separate back support and a head support pad that can be adjusted independently of the chair.

Lenovo is not a major player in the gaming chair scene, but its Demon Slayer-themed creativity shows that it can easily compete if it chooses to.