Having a gaming pod is a great way to have fun playing games on your PC. However, there are a few things to consider when deciding which pod is right for you.
Cooler Master’s ORB X
Having recently revealed their ORB X gaming pod, Cooler Master is looking to improve the immersive experience for gamers. The device features a semi-enclosed design, a 2.1ch surround sound system, wireless charging, and a hidden compartment. It’s been said to be “a premium private environment” for hardcore gamers.
The Orb X’s semi-enclosed design features a motorised dome, which raises and lowers in one simple touch. It also features a hidden compartment, which hides the gaming system while providing a clean aesthetic. The Orb X’s other cool features include RGB LED lighting strips, which are connected to eight different effects.
The Orb X’s ergonomic chair features a fully adjustable headrest, lumbar support, and six points of adjustment in the leather seat. It also includes a leg rest. The chair can also recline to spread the strain over the body.
Orb X’s screen enclosure features a motorized dome, a sliding tray, and a built-in surround sound system. It can support one 34-inch monitor, three 27-inch monitors, or one 49-inch ultrawide monitor.
Predator Thronos Air
Described as a “gaming pod”, the Predator Thronos Air has been designed to combine your PC, a chair, and monitors into one sleek module. It features a black steel frame, teal accents, and LED lighting.
Thronos Air has a small platform for your PC, and a monitor arm that can be manually lowered or raised. It’s got a manual tilt control, a camera mount, and a cable management system. It also has a headset holder, footrests, and a cup holder. It will be available in 16 different color options.
Thronos Air is designed to fit most people. Acer has put in a lot of effort to make sure the cabling is hidden between the PC and monitor arm, which is a big plus for gaming enthusiasts.
Predator Thronos Air was first shown at last year’s IFA tech show. It was a big hit with the gaming community. It was even awarded the Red Dot Design Award. This year, Acer is bringing it to the US market.
Whether you’re planning a business meeting, a tradeshow or a corporate retreat, a YOURspace pod is a welcome sight. The pod is a great alternative to a rented break-out room or other gimmick-laden meeting space.
Designed to be modular, the YOURspace Pod can be expanded or contracted to suit your needs. It’s also ADA compliant, which means it’s a great fit for schools and other public spaces. You can also order it in any of the hundreds of interior finish options available.
Highmark TechSystems has been designing and manufacturing innovative modular systems for more than 20 years. They have an extensive inventory of proprietary modular components to draw from. They also offer rental options on many of their exhibit structures. The YOURspace line is a nod to the company’s heritage, as well as a commitment to the burgeoning modular space.
The company has found many other uses for their products, including pop-up retail, pop-up office, and more. The company has been able to capitalize on its extensive inventory and years of experience designing and manufacturing modular systems to offer your company the right solution.
Game of Pods
Developed by Portworx and KodeKloud, Game of Pods is a software platform designed to help engineering teams achieve podification. It brings together collaboration tools, gamification, and code. It combines the power of networks and culture to achieve exceptional alignment and deliver software faster. It is also designed to encourage continuous growth and development of team members.
The Game of Pods challenges include fixing a broken Kubernetes cluster, bootstrapping resources on a server with Kubernetes, and deploying applications. These fun scenarios help students learn the ins and outs of cloud native application deployment. They also provide practice for real-world examples of cloud native application deployment.
In Game of Pods, teams work together to complete different challenges on the board. Each session has one location. They must complete different challenges to move on to the next location. They can start with a basic map or try harder maps as they become more experienced. Each scenario has a one-hour deadline. To win, they must enter 14 pods into the cavern.