Tuesday, January 10th 2017

E-BLUE Debuts World's First Hybrid-Tower Monitor, the SCION-32

At CES 2017, E-BLUE had a booth specifically built to showcase its latest e-sports developments, with the company presenting what it calls the world's first hybrid-tower monitors. The SCION-32 is built like a usual AIO PC monitor would, except this one prioritizes upgradeability over a low-space footprint.
The SCION-32 Hybrid-Tower monitor thus unifies a PC with a QHD monitor, giving users complete flexibility to add their favorite components to further enhance the performance. The all-in-one solution supports Micro-ATX and Mini-ATX motherboards, supports any combination of up to 2 SSDs/HDDs, and sufficient USB ports for multiple devices. In order to control the heat produced in the still relatively small enclosure (it is supposed to be an AIO, after all), the SCION-32 is equipped with a 3D air-piping system that includes two 1500RPM silent fans. Arguably, the most important piece of information is still at large - what size graphics cards are supported. Though with so many different solutions on the market, chances are one can find one suited to both its performance needs, and the SCION-32s eventual space constraints.

E-BLUE has used a 32" 2560 x 1440 QHD resolution panel, which should provide a great gaming experience. Keeping gamers in mind, the monitor includes LED illumination on the sides to give it some bling. A great feature of the monitor is the ability to be adjusted to any angle, thanks to a damper bearing that is claimed to stand 50K abrasion resistance.
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14 Comments on E-BLUE Debuts World's First Hybrid-Tower Monitor, the SCION-32

#1
kaellar
WTF is this design seriously?
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#2
NdMk2o1o
kaellar said:
WTF is this design seriously?
I like it... :toast:
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#3
iO
OMG it looks so bad that its almost good again...
And the upgradebility seems kinda pointless when you're stuck with a 1440p screen..
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#4
deu
Scorpio; contact me!

I can provide you with:

1. A designer/developer that can deliver better end result than what I have just seen (by miles)
2. Proper user base analysis. (The design does NOT reflect the customer for this product, at least not in the year of 2017) It can be done better and cheaper.
3. We need to talk materials, colors AND shape because almost there is alot wrong with this product.
4. I can double as person responsable for Marketing / PR to ensure that your product gets presented in the best possible way (Lighting setup, dust; everything here is below acceptable in my opinion.)
5. Former no.2 salesman in Denmark in whitegoods.

I have a candidate degree in Product and IT development Q3 2017; Contact me!
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#5
Hood
This looks like an old flat panel TV that crashed into a Chinese scooter, and died...
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#6
deu
Hood said:
This looks like an old flat panel TV that crashed into a Chinese scooter, and died...
Everything died... so did the designer...
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#7
phanbuey
this would be a good idea if it was a better designed case that would allow you to VESA mount your monitor on it. Maybe with some custom cables dongles for power and displayport/hdmi

you would lose a few inches, but it would be much better.
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#8
deu
phanbuey said:
this would be a good idea if it was a better designed case that would allow you to VESA mount your monitor on it. Maybe with some custom cables dongles for power and displayport/hdmi

you would lose a few inches, but it would be much better.
IF they where smart; they would design the PC AND the monitor to seperate (but as a thight match) This would give you both options and cater for more people. This would enable users to upgrade the platform as well. To be honest the path (top what they are doing is dead) You see TV manufactures going opposite to make displays thin and light. They need to iterate their direction imo. Give me a team of 4 people and 1 mounth and we would be able to present you with a prototype that would put it to shame (sorry that im being harsh towards it but I really mean it.)
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#9
P4-630
The Way It's Meant to be Played
deu said:
Give me a team of 4 people and 1 mounth and we would be able to present you with a prototype that would put it to shame (sorry that im being harsh towards it but I really mean it.)
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#10
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#12
Katanai
World's first hybrid tower monitor you say?

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#13
D1RTYD1Z619
Katanai said:
World's first hybrid tower monitor you say?


That's not a tower though. It's a baby ATM machine look alike.
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#14
lexluthermiester
This would be great... until you want to upgrade something. Heaven forbid something should break.

No thank you. It's an interesting idea. It would be great if the parts were modular.
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