The Cooler Master Orb X Is Motorized, Semi-enclosed Cockpit That Rotates and Has Surround Sound
People who want to enhance their experience working on a desk or playing games can now try to achieve that with the new Cooler Master Orb X. It looks like a futuristic version of a set of a chair, desk, PC, and audio & video equipment and offers an exciting alternative to would-be enthusiasts. The pod is also motorized and looks like a semi-enclosed cockpit. It offers private space and looks like it arrived from the future.
The Cooler Master Orb X Is Advertised By Its Manufacturer as a Multi-Purpose Workstation
Cooler Master describes their Orb X as a multi-purpose workstation, but it would immediately strike any onlooker as a gaming pod. The upper dome section can rotate up and down for easier access to the pod. The workstation has an ergonomic reclining seat that has a six-way lumbar adjustment and is fitted with a headrest. 2.1 surround sound speakers were also integrated, complementing the screen mounts on the upper dome that can be outfitted with up to three 27-inch displays. A user would also be able to opt for a 49-inch ultra-wide, curved display.
The Cooler Master Orb X has a special compartment on the back of the pod where users can place their working & gaming rig and a games console at the same time. The sliding tray is hidden behind the seat, and it allows all the cables to be hidden while keeping the noise to a minimum. Considering this, it stands to reason that the design team has also put a lot of effort into creating ventilation that will match the heat that the rigs can emit.
Enthusiasts that will purchase their own Orb X will be able to choose from white and black finishes with integrated lighting. So far, no release date or price details have been announced, but it looks obvious that such a magnificent pod will not be cheap. It is also likely that the delivery charge will be quite high, considering how large, and thus, heavy, the pod is going to be.