Launching Tryx Panorama Exhibition Area as the World’s First AIO Liquid Coolers Series

Launching Tryx Panorama Exhibition Area as the World's First AIO Liquid Coolers Series

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Tryx, a Chinese computer hardware manufacturer, has unveiled a new series of AIO liquid coolers called Panorama Exhibition Area.

These integrated coolers come with radiators and pumps like regular liquid coolers, but they feature a standout standard feature: a curved AMOLED display.

The screen is relatively larger compared to most AIO liquid coolers as well. Specifically, Tryx has integrated a 6.5-inch curved AMOLED display across all models in the Panorama Exhibition Area lineup. This screen size is similar to that of a regular smartphone. However, it’s the curved aspect of the screen that truly steals the spotlight.

Launching Tryx Panorama Exhibition Area as the World's First AIO Liquid Coolers Series

There isn’t a clear functional benefit to having a curved screen on an AIO cooler. However, the Tryx Panorama Exhibition Area lineup is said to offer “three-dimensional visual effects.”

This may make the design of the entire computer stand out, essentially targeting a specific group of PC enthusiasts.

The Tryx Panorama Exhibition Area series also utilizes advanced cooling components. For example, the integrated coolers feature an Asetek Gen8 water pump, which is also found in Asus’ ROG RYUO III series. Additionally, there’s a large-sized cold plate to ensure better heat dissipation.

In terms of pricing, the least expensive AIO from the Panorama Exhibition Area series in China is priced at 2099 Chinese yuan, approximately $295.

The ARGB variants are more expensive, with the advanced model costing around 2699 Chinese yuan, approximately $379.80.

There is no information available regarding when Tryx will make these liquid coolers available for purchase in global markets.

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