Monday, May 20th 2019

COLORFUL Announces iGame G-One All-in-One Gaming PC

Colorful Technology Company Limited, professional manufacturer of graphics cards, motherboards and high-performance storage solutions is thrilled to announce its latest AIO creation for gamers featuring the latest in gaming hardware for the most unrivaled gaming experience in an AIO PC yet. The new COLORFUL iGame G-One All-in-One PC packs powerful hardware in a slim display removing the need for a dedicated tower for your components. The iGame G-One AIO PC features a stylish yet aggressive design which is sure get attention whatever the setting whether it be work or play. The COLORFUL iGame G-One All-in-One PC is expected to to have an MSRP of around $5000.
Performance to the Next Level
The new iGame G-One AIO PC features the latest in COLORFUL engineering to make this feat possible and its performance is on the next level. A 9th-generation Intel Core i9-8950HK powers the G-One with a GeForce RTX 2080 graphics card. Both key components are cooled by an efficient but high-power cooling system so it keeps the CPU and GPU running in top condition. Play the latest titles at high-resolution and details thanks to the powerful CPU/GPU combo and never bother about slowing down when the action heats up.

eSport-ready Display with HDR and HiFi Audio
The COLORFUL iGame G-One's display is aimed at those that see high-performance and great image quality. The iGame G-One features a 144hz refresh rate on its 2560x1440 resolution screen with certified HDR 400. The display is an IPS panel with a 95% DCI-P3 rating and 99% sRGB rating. The IPS panel allows vibrant colors as well as great viewing angles up to 178*. COLORFUL uses ESS SABRE9018C2M SABRE32 reference DAC for lifelike audio.
Connectivities include both WIFI 2.4G and 5G dual channel support for wide compatibility.
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9 Comments on COLORFUL Announces iGame G-One All-in-One Gaming PC

#2
ZoneDymo
FreedomEclipse, post: 4050397, member: 38411"
Overpriced junk
well thats kinda obvious, if its junk then any price would be too high.

personally, yeah 5000 bucks is a lot, but imo this is pretty cool if it runs well (not overheating etc but considering they put this stuff in laptops it should be fine)
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#3
zo0lykas
5k for what? Srsly why?

They are trying apple strategie? Price tag lol
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#4
Vayra86
Nice, a laptop-based PC with all of its heat- and performance drawbacks combined with a panel at a native res you can never push properly with the included GPU, reduced upgradability and still doesn't fit in a laptop carrier bag.

Basically this is a combination of all the drawbacks of desktop and laptop combined. I think its easy to understand why this commands such a price tag. Its uniquely stupid. Best of all, you can't even use it on the road, no battery.

Well done!

ZoneDymo, post: 4050406, member: 66089"
well thats kinda obvious, if its junk then any price would be too high.

personally, yeah 5000 bucks is a lot, but imo this is pretty cool if it runs well (not overheating etc but considering they put this stuff in laptops it should be fine)
Well that's kinda obvious, if its pretty cool then its not overheating :D

Sorry I had to
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#6
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
ZoneDymo, post: 4050406, member: 66089"
well thats kinda obvious, if its junk then any price would be too high.

personally, yeah 5000 bucks is a lot, but imo this is pretty cool if it runs well (not overheating etc but considering they put this stuff in laptops it should be fine)
Pretty much this. You have to compare it to a laptop, and the only laptop in Sweden with comparable specs is like €4500.

Vayra86, post: 4050491, member: 152404"
Nice, a laptop-based PC with all of its heat- and performance drawbacks combined with a panel at a native res you can never push properly with the included GPU, reduced upgradability and still doesn't fit in a laptop carrier bag.

Basically this is a combination of all the drawbacks of desktop and laptop combined. I think its easy to understand why this commands such a price tag. Its uniquely stupid. Best of all, you can't even use it on the road, no battery.

Well done!
It's a niche market, but it's there. I'd say the AIOs are the best PCs for stationary computers, for non enthusiasts. One power cable, no clutter, and they take up much less desktop space than laptops.
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#7
enxo218
aio make great sense for office work, browsing the internet and playing chess like a netbook desktop...thats it
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Vayra86
Frick, post: 4050555, member: 23907"
Pretty much this. You have to compare it to a laptop, and the only laptop in Sweden with comparable specs is like €4500.



It's a niche market, but it's there. I'd say the AIOs are the best PCs for stationary computers, for non enthusiasts. One power cable, no clutter, and they take up much less desktop space than laptops.
I agree but can we really say an RTX 2080 is not for enthusiasts? I mean... this is a 5000 dollar piece of kit.
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Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
Vayra86, post: 4050695, member: 152404"
I agree but can we really say an RTX 2080 is not for enthusiasts? I mean... this is a 5000 dollar piece of kit.
I meant computer tech enthusiasts. This is for gamers who don't care about the bits and bobs, they want something fast that also produces no cable clutter. Or they do care but still dislike cluttr. Had I the cash I would havegottensomething like this.
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