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Cooler Master has unveiled an eye-catching product called the Orb X. Introduced during the company’s Cooler Master Summit summer product showcase, Cooler Master’s Orb X is described as a “fully immersive multi-purpose semi-enclosed workstation for gamers and professionals” that comprises a motorized shuttle dome for privacy. Orb X seaters can enjoy immersive audio thanks to its built-in surround sound speakers and mount up to three 27-inch monitors, as well as relax on the ergonomic recliner featuring an adjustable head rest, lumbar support, and footrest. Cooler Master’s Orb X page doesn’t include any pricing information, but the futuristic contraption looks very expensive.

  • Semi-enclosed cockpit creates an uninterrupted private space.
  • Automatic shuttle dome A single touch activates the dome and welcomes you into your journey to the virtual world.
  • Ergonomic adjustable chair empowers you to last without pain and 6 ways of adjustable lumber and headrest provides advance ergonomics and comfort.
  • Multiple screen mount supports from single 49” monitor to three 27” monitors.
  • 2.1 Immersive sound system creates amazing spatial audio experience.
  • Hidden Compartment with built-in sliding tray for PC rig or console.
Image: Cooler Master

Orb X is multi-purpose workstation with full immersion in mind. A sleek, semi-enclosed desk space is housed in a fully automated motorized shuttle dome for superior privacy. Enhanced visual and audio capabilities truly elevate the immersion: the Orb X supports up to three 27” monitors, and surround sound speakers are housed directly in the workstation to create a realistic, accurate soundstage even without headphones. In addition, a newly designed ergonomic recliner provides an adjustable head rest, lumbar support, and footrest for comfort customized to you.

Source: Cooler Master

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  1. “Semi-enclosed cockpit creates an uninterrupted private space.” Uh but the sides are open, so how is that “uninterrupted?”

    “Hidden Compartment with built-in sliding tray for PC rig or console.” And what’s the airflow like in this compartment?

    Wasn’t until I went to the website that I noticed the thing is covered in RGB, ugh. That thing would give off too much light, I tend to keep PC/console room dark. Hope there’s an off switch.

    I agree, this thing looks like a control station for turrets or some sh1t.

    Sign me up for the black one, so I can pretend I’m Vader in my private compartment, and the helmet is lowering onto my head just as an officer enters to give me an update on the rebel pursuit. I want those rebels, not excuses.

  2. First thing that came to mind where these fella’s

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  3. [QUOTE=”Denpepe, post: 37615, member: 284″]
    First thing that came to mind where these fella’s

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    Even the Jedi are no match for Cooler Master’s droidekas!

  4. [QUOTE=”Brian_B, post: 37607, member: 96″]
    Pretty sure I saw these on Wall-E
    Pretty sure you’re right.

  5. It’s o.k. kids to show your age. I’m sure we all remember the egg chairs of the 70s. Now look at what they go for:[URL][/URL]

    I really feel like this thing looks like some kind of repurposed ultra-modern dentist chair though.

    If they can show a 6’6″ 300+ pound guy sitting comfortably in this I’ll be more impressed. Until then, umm no.

  6. Was done long ago … [URL=’’]The Emperor[/URL] workstation.

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