Workstation & Gaming Use
Secretlab had already impressed me with the original TITAN 2020 series gaming chair, but the company has dialed everything up to 11 for the TITAN XL chair. It is definitely bigger and you can see that as soon as it's out of the box, but your butt, back, and legs can feel it within minutes of sitting on it.
The actual material and 'feel' of the chair remains mostly unchanged from the normal TITAN and that's a good thing, as the TITAN XL is just a bigger version of that already kick ass chair. The 25% larger chair provides a much bigger place for you to sit, so if you're a larger gamer you're going to have no issues with it -- or if you're like me and sit cross-legged on your chair, you're going to be in heaven.
I used the Secretlab TITAN XL gaming chair to do a bunch of content in the form of news and reviews for TweakTown, including this very review on the TITAN XL gaming chair itself. Not only that, but I was sliding around my main room where my lab is -- all the juicy graphics cards and systems I've been slowly setting up to prepare for 2020.
The many hours that I poured into Apex Legends were very comfortable, and as I said I'm a gamer that sits with my legs crossed and the TITAN XL is now the most comfortable chair I've sat in because of that. It's not something everyone does, but to me it's an important thing and defines the TITAN XL and makes it one of only ones capable of providing enough space to easily, and comfortably, cross my legs while sitting on it.
Just like the smaller normal TITAN gaming chair, the lush memory foam pillow really makes a difference. I found myself sitting back and watching some trailers for Wonder Woman 1984 and Top Gun 2 on my ASUS ROG Strix PG438Q, while also testing the full arch back to lay down on it as well -- Secretlab, you've done it again -- somehow, with the TITAN XL exceeding my expectations.
Last updated: Jan 4, 2020 at 06:11 am CST