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ZOTAC VR GO backpack announced – with NVIDIA GTX 1070 & Intel Core i7
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ZOTAC VR GO backpack announced – with NVIDIA GTX 1070 & Intel Core i7

by Muhammad FirdausNovember 28, 2016
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ZOTAC today introduced a new way to experience immersive VR with the ZOTAC VR GO backpack. Since its first appearance at Computex 2016, ZOTAC has improved the design, performance, and endurance of the original backpack.

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The ZOTAC VR GO is designed for a truly mobile VR experience. Boast the performance with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 and Intel Core i7 processor. The ZOTAC VR GO is built for longevity with up to 2-hours play time and hot-swap battery to provides nearly limitless action. A charging dock comes bundled to charge the dedicated batteries. The VR GO also enables users to easily know the status of the battery with an easy to see LED indicator.

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Director of Mini PC, ZOTAC International, Jacky Huang said –

“When designing, the VR GO, we were keen on emphasizing the user experience. We want the users to truly immerse in virtual reality and free their mind from limitations such as cables, power, and discomfort.”

The VR GO weight is evenly distributed for ergonomic comfort while the added foam back support and shoulder strap padding the extra comfort. Also, to maintain comfort levels, the exhaust heat is channeled away from the user and dedicated paths on the back support allow the body to breathe and stay cool during extended sessions.

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The ZOTAC VR GO backpack can transform to either a wearable form or as a standalone desktop Mini PC. Pre-installed with Windows 10 Home, it ready for action out of the box and is easily upgradable in both storage and memory. The price is still remain unknown for the moment.

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Product page: ZOTAC VR GO backpack

 

Pokdepinion: The ZOTAC VR GO backpack battery life could be longer if it using an Intel Core i5 and NVIDIA GTX 1060 which draw less power consumption.  

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Muhammad Firdaus
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2 Comments
  • puterabemi
    November 29, 2016 at 12:41 am

    agree with writer, the cpu can downgrade to i5, but i think gpu at least need gtx 1070. i dont think power will be issue here, as stated playtime is 2 hour. if the total weight of the system is almost 5kg, then wearing this backpack >1 hour is seriously tiring!~. maybe there will be issue of the heat.

    will it arrive to malaysia? i doubt so. zotac has many interesting product, but very hard to find in malaysia, except for it gpu product. i’m still waiting for zotac magnus series mini pc to arrive here….

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