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Cooler Master, who branched out long ago from heatsinks and fans, have announced a new sim racing cockpit that adjusts from a GT-style seating position to a Formula car with ease. I love the overall design on this, but it is noticeable in the trailer below that the eye position will be considerably lower in the leaned back positions. While the rear of the seat can be adjusted somewhat to raise the head I think it’s obvious this cockpit would require the use of a separate stand for a monitor that is just as flexible on positioning for height to reach your eye level.

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