Introducing The Virtual Reality Gaming PC You Can Strap To Your Back

Zotac has launched its VR GO 4.0 backpack PC, a workstation/mobile gaming PC you can strap to your back. The backpack contains a small PC with a desktop GPU that can also be placed on your desk like a regular computer, but its primary focus is for on-the-go VR gaming. A VR headset is sold separately.

The 6000mAh battery only runs for about 50 minutes, but luckily the backpack comes with a second battery in case you need to swap. The PC uses an 11th Gen Tiger Lake Core i7-11800H CPU and a Nvidia RTX a4500 Ampere card with 16GB of VRAM for its CPU.

Other specs include 16GB of DDR4 SO-DIMM memory, a 512GB M.2 SSD, Wi-Fi 6e and all the usual connectivity options. It allows expansion via USB and has HDMI 2.1 and DisplayPort 1.4 for desktop duty.

The VR GO also features unique RGB lighting for the 11lb machine, which due to its large size, also includes a metal support frame and support strap that goes around your waste.

(All information was provided by ExtremeTech)

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