PC manufacturer ZOTAC has this week unveiled its new second-generation VR GO 2.0 backpack PC, improving on the virtual reality experience thanks to the inclusion of “high-end performance” hardware and a more “compact, ergonomic chassis”.
The VR GO 2.0 backpack PC is equipped with an Intel Core i7 processor supported by 16GB DDR4 memory, graphics powered by an 8 GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 graphics card. The system has been specifically designed to provide enough performance and bandwidth to tackle intensive tasks and provide an “ultra smooth” virtual reality experience.
The VR GO 2.0 is further equipped with central ports and top mounted I/O ports dedicated for easy VR HMD connectivity, ZOTAC explains a little more. “In 2 simple steps, the VR GO 2.0 becomes a powerful and compact gaming system. Whether it’s room-scale, seated VR experiences, or desktop gaming, the VR GO 2.0 adapts so you can enjoy the best of all worlds. And like all ZOTAC Mini PCs, the backpack PC is open for all possibilities. Easily add or upgrade memory, expand storage, or freely connect additional accessories or peripherals with its wide range of port.”
Unfortunately, no information on pricing or worldwide availability has been released as yet by Zotac, but as soon as more details are announced, we will keep you updated as always.
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