If you have already decided to go for the largest desktop screen around - then why not include full computer hardware in it as well?
The Chinese company Colorful is known for its massive works, especially in the field of video cards, but it turns out that it is able to provide us with great innovations in other areas as well - all-in-one computers, for example.
At Computex 2018 we had the opportunity to see the huge Onebot S49, which features a 49-inch diagonal, non-convex PLS panel with Double FullHD resolution (or 3,840 × 1,080 pixels, in numbers) and a nice maximum refresh rate of up to 144 Hz - but While other 49-inch ultra-wide screens Like the one presented by Asus Suffice it to be a means of display, the Onebot is a complete built-in unit with a good intermediate hardware that is spread at the back of the panel.
The very long computer will include a Corey i7-7700 quad-core Kaby Lake processor, memory DDR4 Of a gigabyte 16, a drive SSD In the 2 M.256 GUI, a GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card with GDDR6 5 (in its mobile version, most likely), a system Windows 10 and also connections USB, Wireless Wi-Fi connectivity, and a pair of 5 watts each. The company chose to concentrate all the hardware in a single cube at the center of the screen stand, where it is reasonable to assume that a wider deployment of the components behind the display panel will allow internal processing and volume memory Even higher.
A big supplier with this product, like most of Colorful's products, will officially hit the markets in the West, and all the more so here in Israel, but hey - this is the first illustration of a concept that may become a new trend for other manufacturers with a larger international presence. What do you think about this direction? Let's tell in the comments.