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Razer teams up with Mobile Suit Gundam, bringing mecha-inspired gaming chair and apparel

By Team HardwareZone - on 28 Feb 2024, 12:44pm

Razer teams up with Mobile Suit Gundam, bringing mecha-inspired gaming chair and apparel

Razer Iskur X - Mobile Suit Gundam Edition.

Razer is no stranger to brand collaborations, ranging from peripherals emblazoned with incredibly popular Pokémon characters to more offbeat ones like with Gillette on an actual shaving razor.

The company announced its latest collab, a gaming chair and apparel featuring mechas from the anime Mobile Suit Gundam.

The Razer Iskur X is the gaming chair to get the Gundam treatment. Instead of its standard black with green accents, the Razer Iskur X - Mobile Suit Gundam Edition features the RX-78-2 Gundam and Zaku II mechas on the back, and corresponding Earth Federation and Principality of Zeon designs on the front.

The same two-faction design has also been used for the Mobile Suit Gundam Hoodie and Mobile Suit Gundam Sweatshirt. Like the chair, they feature both RX-78-2 Gundam and Zaku II mechas, in green and red, respectively, on the front.

Hoodie, sweatshirt, and T-shirts from the Razer X Mobile Suit Gundam collaboration.

The T-shirts, which may better suit Singapore's climate, come in two designs. One features the Earth Federation side RX-78-2, while the other is Zeon's Zaku II. The apparel is all available in black, and you will also find the Razer logo on them, though the Mobile Suit Gundam designs are much more prominent.

Razer has more product information on their Razer x Mobile Suit Gundam page. In their press release, Razer say the products are "exclusive only to friends of the brand and not available for purchase". We are checking what this means exactly, and will update this article accordingly. What's clear right now is that the apparel isn't listed on Razer's web store, and the Razer Iskur X can't be configured for purchase with the Mobile Suit Gundam design. 

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