The Ace Bayou X Rocker Vibe mainly shows off its Bluetooth function. But the question is, does the Bluetooth feature have minimal lag? Yes it does. In fact, the Ace Bayou X Rocker Vibe syncs much better with the phone and computer than Bluetooth wireless gaming headphones. And while it may not be as feature-heavy as, let’s say, the X Rocker Pro H3, it does have all the basic X Rocker features you need: 2.1 surround-sound speakers, a 4″ subwoofer, audio jacks, DVD and MP3 players.
Size and Weight
Unusually, the seat rest is wider than the backrest for the Ace Bayou X Rocker Vibe but that is probably because it is meant for you to slouch on it. Think of the Ace Bayou X Rocker Vibe as a combination of a bean bag, a PC gaming chair and a recliner altogether – it is intended for you to slouch or lie down on, while it retains the same vibes of a proper gaming chair, yet it lets you recline it down like a bed. It is also quite large – but not too large for short gamers. While it does support up to 230kg, it is quite light.
The materials used for the Ace Bayou X Rocker Vibe are quite interesting: the outer layer of the chair is laced with PU leather but the central part of the backrest and seating area is made of fabric mesh. To this, we say it all blends wonderfully. Why can’t all gaming chairs be like this instead?
Thanks to the smart combination of fabric mesh and PU leather, the Ace Bayou X Rocker Vibe is just right when it comes to comfort. It holds the same sturdiness of a leather chair, yet it brings the same levels of ergonomics of fabric. There are no heat insulation issues and there are no reports of easy tearing.
The Ace Bayou X Rocker Vibe is not that hard to assemble at all, however it does have some struggles the first time you try to unfold the chair but that is just a one-time experience. The rest is pretty simple.