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COLORFUL Introduces G-ONE PLUS All-in-One Gaming PC

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Colorful Technology Company Limited, a professional manufacturer of graphics cards, motherboards, all-in-one gaming and multimedia solutions, and high-performance storage, introduces the G-ONE PLUS all-in-one gaming PC powered by the latest 12th generation Intel Core processors and NVIDIA RTX graphics.

The COLORFUL G-ONE PLUS is packed with gaming-oriented features including a massive 31.5-inch 165 Hz 2K IPS display, built-in stereo speakers, and fully customizable RGB backlighting. The gaming PC also features a concealable Lift Camera and a built-in Qi Wireless Charging dock on its ergonomic stand. The G-ONE PLUS is the ultimate space-saving high-performance gaming PC- perfect for modern gaming spaces.



Key Features
  • 12th Generation Intel Core Processors
  • 31.5-inch 2K 165 Hz HDR400 Display
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Graphics
  • Supports NVIDIA G-SYNC
  • Supports NVIDIA DLSS 2.0 and Ray Tracing
  • Up To 16 GB DDR4-3200 MHz Memory (Upgradeable to 64 GB)
  • Up To 1 TB of Fast NVMe SSD storage (Two M.2 PCIe Gen3x4 Slots Available)
  • Lift Camera
  • Built-in Qi Wireless Charging Dock (15 W Max)
  • Intel Wi-Fi 6E + 2.5 GbE LAN
  • 2x 5 W Stereo Speakers
  • Sturdy aluminium Alloy Chassis
  • Ambient RGB Backlighting
  • Real-Time Monitoring, RGB Customization, Mode Switching via iGame Center
  • Windows 11
Powerful Configuration
The COLORFUL G-ONE PLUS is powered by the latest 12th generation Intel Core processors - up to an Intel Core i9-12900H 14-core (6 P-Cores + 8 E-Cores), 20-thread processor. It also comes with discrete graphics, an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 graphics, that supports NVIDIA's advanced technologies including DLSS 2.0 and Ray Tracing. For memory, the G-ONE PLUS comes with up to 16 GB DDR4-3200 MHz memory, upgradeable up to 64 GB (2x32GB). Storage can be configured of up to 1 TB NVMe SSD with another M.2 2280 PCIe Gen3 x4 slot available for storage expansion.

Silent Cooling System
The COLORFUL G-ONE PLUS features a powerful yet silent cooling system to provide efficient thermal management. The AIO gaming PC has a vertical cooling tower that dissipates heat upwards - the natural flow of heat. The cooling system has independent cooling channels for the GPU and CPU. The cooling solution uses four 10 mm heat pipes and one 8 mm heat pipe along with two turbofans. The turbofans feature a new 52-fan blade design that delivers 20% more airflow compared to previous designs. Users can tweak cooling settings and use different modes via the iGame Center app. There are four modes available for users to use: quiet, entertainment, performance, and boost modes.

Large 165 Hz Gaming Display
The G-ONE PLUS AIO gaming desktop is fitted with a 31.5-inch 2K (2560x1440) IPS display. It features HDR400 that provides exceptional brightness and contrast. Furthermore, it covers 99% of sRGB color gamut for crisp and accurate color reproduction. Designed for gaming, the display's 165 Hz refresh rate delivers smooth visuals and NVIDIA G-SYNC provides fluid gameplays.

Lift Camera and Stereo Speakers
The G-ONE PLUS AIO gaming desktop comes with a concealable Lift Camera that pops up when needed. Simply push it down into the monitor to hide. The G-ONE PLUS also comes with two 5-watt stereo speakers.

Ergonomic Stand with Wireless Charging Dock
The G-ONE PLUS uses an ergonomic stand that allows users to tilt between -5° to 15° and swivel by 15° to the left or right. The front of the stand base is a Qi Wireless Charging Dock just below the power button. It delivers up to 15 W of wireless charging, compatible with 5 W/7.5 W 10 W wireless charging.

Rich Interface
The G-ONE PLUS packs a rich interface at the rear I/O including HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.4 for secondary displays. The rear I/O also has two USB 2.0 ports, a 2.5 GbE LAN port, USB Type-C (USB 3.2 Gen2) port, and DC in for power. The AIO PC also has dedicated ports on the sides for the gaming peripherals. The side I/O includes two USB ports for your mouse and keyboard alongside the audio ports for gaming headsets. There are also three multi-function buttons on the other side for adjusting brightness and volume.

RGB Lighting, Modes, and Monitoring via iGame Center
The G-ONE PLUS has RGB backlighting that is configured using the iGame Center. The iGame Center also provides real-time monitor and tuning options for advanced users. There are four preset modes available in the iGame Center app that tweak the gaming PC's performance and cooling.

Pricing and Availability
The COLORFUL G-ONE PLUS all-in-one gaming desktop is available in three configurations. COLORFUL will be launching the G-ONE PLUS Intel Core i7 12700H model at $1999 USD. The i5 and i9 models will be launched on a later date.



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So basically it's a laptop
 
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Whoever designed an optiplex SFF (7010 or whatever) of last decade (nice commercial oriented aesthetic imo) and was tasked today to design a gaming AIO, it seems to me it would design something like that lol
 
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So basically it's a laptop
Beat me to it. Until the "Powerful configuration" paragraph one might think it's a proper desktop PC. TPU, I want my time back.
 
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Whoever designed an optiplex SFF (7010 or whatever) of last decade (nice commercial oriented aesthetic imo) and was tasked today to design a gaming AIO, it seems to me it would design something like that lol
Optiplex SFF was a mATX case PC, unlike this "I'm hiding behind the big screen laptop". But i can see the design resemblence.
 
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Now if they offered it with desktop Ryzen operating in Eco mode and a dGPU, it might be tempting. Then for fun, offer a Waifu edition like they've done with AMD GPUs. It will definitely sell.
 

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Whoever designed an optiplex SFF (7010 or whatever) of last decade (nice commercial oriented aesthetic imo) and was tasked today to design a gaming AIO, it seems to me it would design something like that lol

Optiplex SFF was a mATX case PC, unlike this "I'm hiding behind the big screen laptop". But i can see the design resemblence.
Dell still makes Optiplex 7090 ultra a desktop pc that sits inside stand of monitor(it is surprisingly uogradable as for its form factor). This is larger version of that but ubfortunately unlike dell there is no option for monitor to be upgraded/user selected.
 
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So basically it's a laptop
Yep, albeit with a 32" screen, therefore, it's basically it's a GPU-gimped, squared off iMac look-alike p/o/s, designed by someone who has absolutely ZERO design skills beyond the same ole same same boring AF rectangular boxen of yesteryear....

An extremely hard f/A/i/L imho.......:D
 
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I like it.
 
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The main reasons I would never buy an "all in one" are due to limited upgrade options & proprietary parts.
 
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The main reasons I would never buy an "all in one" are due to limited upgrade options & proprietary parts.
But you are a DIY kind of person. Not everyone is. In the context of a solid system that will provide performance that lasts many years and be of good build quality can tick all the boxes. The parts are right, so only question is the build quality. Did Colorful build a quality unit?
 
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But you are a DIY kind of person. Not everyone is. In the context of a solid system that will provide performance that lasts many years and be of good build quality can tick all the boxes. The parts are right, so only question is the build quality. Did Colorful build a quality unit?
Tbh, I'm not really a DIY, but more of a "I want the system my way without too many restrictions". Most of the individuals who end up being disappointed by AIO systems buy them out of ignorance & because they see a good deal that meets their current needs while neglecting to consider possible future needs/upgrades.
 
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Tbh, I'm not really a DIY, but more of a "I want the system my way without too many restrictions".
Totally understandable.
Most of the individuals who end up being disappointed by AIO systems buy them out of ignorance
That's not true. Most people who buy an AIO PC does so knowing that it's upgrade options are limited. They want something that works first time, every time and is easy to use.
 
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