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Chinese OEM TRYX Shows Off World’s First AIO With Curved AMOLED Display

by Low Boon ShenApril 1, 2024
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Chinese OEM TRYX Shows Off World’s First AIO With Curved AMOLED Display

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Image: TRYX (Weibo)

Onboard displays on premium AIO coolers are pretty common these days, but they’re certainly just a flat display attached on top of the pump. But Chinese hardware maker TRYX has brought something new because you can never have enough screen real estate – enter the Panorama AIO, with the world’s first curved AMOLED display on the pump block.

As spotted by @wxnod on X (Twitter), the TRYX Panorama, or Panorama ‘Exhibition Area’ (展域), is shown with a 360mm radiator, though as the post noted, it’ll come in either PRO or ARGB variants. Aside from the 360mm shown in this image, there are 280mm and 240mm variants those with lesser cooling requirements.

Chinese OEM TRYX Shows Off World's First AIO With Curved AMOLED Display

Image: TRYX (Weibo)

Naturally, the most interesting part of this AIO cooler is the curved AMOLED panel. It’s a 6.5-inch display that, according to the information in the image, indicates support for customized video or image up to 2K (QHD) 60FPS. On-site event attendees have noted on Weibo that it also comes with Android, though the specifics aren’t known. That aside, the Panorama AIO is also using Asetek’s latest Gen8 water pump, with a 3-phase motor, 32% larger cold plate, and 40% larger pipe diameter for improved cooling performance.

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As Wccftech noted, another Chinese AIO maker, SAMA has also unveiled a similarly designed Zenith AIO with a curved display – which seemingly uses a version of curved OLED displays from a smartphone due to the presence of an obscured camera cutout used for under-display cameras.

In both cases, these are most likely released locally in Chinese markets, so it’s unlikely these new coolers will see a global release. However, with both products launched recently – there’s a possibility that this design may eventually gain traction among larger AIO makers down the line.

Pokdepinion: Now we wait for global AIO makers to showcase this design in the coming months. Possibly Computex?

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