Virtual reality backs are back for a second and colorful round - thanks to Zotac
Shortly after the arrival of the G-Oculus Rift and the-HTC Vive market, presented to us Virtual Reality High quality but also required considerable external processing power to be permanently connected to them in order to operate, we began to see first buds of technologies that would make the experience more convenient and accessible - both in the form of dedicated wireless adapters and in a much more surprising wearable PC configuration.
The concept was unpredictable, the application was not optimal and the prices were sky high in general - but it seems that in the company Zotac Find enough positive bright spots to justify the launch of a second generation category. Get to know theVR GO 2.0.
The new case offers an upgrade of the Skylake's quad-core main processing unit to an up-to-date six-core Coffee Lake-era Core i7-8700T with a 35-watt reduced-power shell, combined with a GeForce GTX 1070 graphics card like the previous generation - Which should continue to provide a proper user experience in most existing applications within the supported virtual reality glasses. It also has 16GB of memory DDR4, Drive storage NVM based on 240GB, a space for an additional 2.5 SATA drive and connectivity Wi-Fi and-Bluetooth Built-in.
The VR GO 2.0 is slightly smaller and lighter than its predecessor, including a built-in LED light, six Type A USB connections, one USB Type-C connection, an SD card reader, a pair of 8.5 audio connections , HDMI 4.7 connectors, connector DisplayPort 1.3 and also a Gigabit Ethernet connection. In addition, the new configuration allows the computer to be placed on the table (or below it) without blocking the connectors on it - so that there will be a practical ability to dual-use it both as a VR computer Mobile When necessary and as a standard desktop personal computer.
pair סוללות Removable in the bodyVR GO 2.0 is supposed to give it an hour and a half of operation without connecting to an outlet, with the option of using one battery at a time - and charging the other battery to make a hot exchange between them without stopping the computer.
We still do not know how much this new device will cost - but there is no doubt that this is an unusual niche in thePC, And that we did not really expect to see continuity for her. Is there a chance that a computer-case is the right future for VR? Feel free to share your thoughts with us.