Cooler Master calls the Orb X a "fully immersive multipurpose semi-enclosed workstation for gamers and professionals," but I'm calling it "the player's uterus." The egg-shaped Orb X has an elegance that makes it less menacing than the Acer Predator Thronos, which looks like a torture device that COBRA uses to wash the brains of GI Joe members.
The cabin supports up to three 27 "monitors or a single 49" ultramarine that comes down from a fully automated motorized shuttle dome, which will cover you up as if it were an incubator producing the next player legend. The Orb chassis has built-in surround sound speakers, a recliner, a full-size keyboard, and a mouse tray that powers the wireless devices. In addition, a glass holder.
The back cover hides a compartment that fits into your desktop PC, along with a place for USB ports and additional chair controls. RGB lighting strips decorate the edges of the video game player to give it a pleasant atmosphere. Given that the Orb X is designed to spend a lot of time on it, it makes sense for the Cooler Master to try to provide enough quality of life features to prevent it from getting up unless you really have to.
Cooler Master revealed neither a price nor a release date for Orb X. It’s safe to assume that if you’re wondering how much a totally immersive gaming pod experience costs, you probably won’t be able to afford a capture experience. completely immersive game. Oh, and it also comes in black.