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Which kind of computer chair do you prefer?

I am planning to buy a new computer chair and I need your opinion.. Well I had the typical kind of short computer chair that has an arm rest...

The typical computer chair with arm rest, no arm rest, high chair with armrest and head rest or high chair without arm rest?

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  • 6 years ago
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  • 6 years ago

    I'd go with one of the first three. I prefer arm rests but if you get them, make sure they won't bump into your desk and they are at the right height (or can be adjusted.). The Pacy and Reijig Design chairs are probably the best for your back because they force you to sit up straight (so less back pain that way). I have a big poofy executive chair like the 4th one in your list and over time, the foam seat permanently squashes down and the chair is fairly large--not great if you have back problems, even if comfortable initially. I have back pain from mine.

    Source(s): I spend 8+ hours in my desk chair
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  • 6 years ago

    I personally prefer my lazyboy recliner as my gaming PC is connected to my 55" LG Cinema 3D 1080p TV and I can comfortably browse the web, play games and watch movies in the comfort of my recliner with a wireless mouse and keyboard on my lap using a binder, lol.

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  • 6 years ago

    dude go for the goods, just get a good recliner then get a wireless keyboard and have fun, its so much more comfortable!

    Source(s): that's what I do
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  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    mine is hon7701, very good enough for me to sit for the whole day.

    my hon doesn't have 'asynchronous control', i wish my hon had 'asynchronous control', i'd like to tilt forward in order to shift pressure point from my middle az to the the skin beneath my leg

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