PC and gaming peripherals manufacturer E-BLUE has unveiled the SCION-32 at CES 2017. A hybrid between a 32-inch HD monitor and a mini-ATX tower, the innovative product will first hit the US market in Q1 2017 before expanding globally.
The custom-built machine accepts Mini- and Micro-ATX motherboards, with room for a graphics card and two storage drives– it states “one for HD and the other for SSD” so we’re going to presume they’re 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch bays respectively. For ventilation, it has a 3D air-piping system and a pair of silent 1,500 RPM fans.
On the monitor side of things, we’re looking at an adjustable screen with a resolution of 2560 × 1440 pixels, coupled with LED illumination by its sides.
”SCION-32 is an outcome of creativity, innovation, inspired craftsmanship, meticulous details, passion, and tremendous R&D effort,” said Jason Lo, managing director of E-BLUE.
Its product page isn’t ready so we’ve reached out for more technical information; we’ll update the post here if there are any new details.
On a separate note, E-BLUE also showcased their flagship product, the E-Sport Stadium, on the CES show floor. It allows event organizers and cybercafés to quickly get a professional set-up running, with desks, chairs, peripherals and more all packaged into a single solution. So far it’s been catching on, with over 200 stadiums opened across the world.