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This motorized gaming bed lets you rest your gamer head

Here, at The edgewe occasionally like to write about gaming thrones, whether or not they are shaped like scorpions, semicirclesor… well, I’m not sure how to describe it. But the thing about thrones is that the crown often weighs heavily – being MVP and playing the game every round can be tiring. Thank God, gizmodo found just the thing to help with that: a motorized gaming bed that takes you from sleeping to pwning at the touch of a button, while keeping your gaming setup within reach.

That Electric play bed from Bauhütte and bed desk are made to work in tandem: your rig goes onto the adjustable desk, which allows a bed to be placed underneath, and the bed frame uses motors to raise your back and knees into a sitting position (although admittedly not very ergonomic) . After your gaming session, you can use a remote control tucked at the side of your bed to lower yourself back into a sleeping position so you can curl up and rest your tired eyes. It can also raise or lower the head and foot sections separately, giving you some configurable sleeping and sitting positions.

There is also a fleet of accessories. Bauhutte’s website suggests pairing your play bed with it an “energy wagon” that stores gamer fuel, a Combined clothes stand, table and storage unit (for your gaming peripherals of course) or even a “ninja onesie 4G” this ensures you’re just as stealthy in real life as you are in game. Bauhutte doesn’t just sell you a bed/gaming chair – it sells you a lifestyle. It’s worth noting that the company seems to have built itself up to this point: there was one non-motorized version of play bed setup in 2020 and in 2021 we heard about his gaming mattress. Now it all comes together in motorized bliss.

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Sleep in the 4G Ninja Romper surrounded by your Bauhutte products.
Image: Bauhütte

While I can’t imagine this product being particularly comfortable as a bed or chair, I don’t think it’s entirely fair to write it off entirely. For someone living in an extremely small space like a single room or a studio apartment, this could actually be a decent way to fit both a bed and a desk in a small space. It could also be useful for people with limited mobility; A mechanical aid in getting out of bed could be of extraordinary help.

gizmodo reports that the bed frame alone costs about $480 (or 59,800 yen) and an Amazon seller has listed it for about $680 (or 84,709 yen). with gaming mattress. The frame is approximately 78 inches long and 37 inches wide, which should hold it up US twin size mattress. Unfortunately it seems like Bauhütte is mainly focused on the sale of the bed in his home country of Japan and the Solo frame sold out at Amazon Japan.

Luckily there is many other motorized bed frames out there – although it’s hard to tell if it would feel the same without the accompanying desk and gamer branding.

https://www.theverge.com/2022/4/8/23017239/electric-gaming-bed-bauhutte-motorized-desk-station This motorized gaming bed lets you rest your gamer head

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