Zotac reveals the second-generation of its virtual reality backpack. The Zotac VR GO 2.0 Backpack PC has an all-new design and features the Intel Core i7-8700T CPU in combination with the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 video card. The manufacturer says the new model is more ergonomic thanks to padded support and straps. Furthermore, the backpack also has totally pointless RGB LEDs, which you won't be able to see when you're gaming.
The biggest sales point of the VR GO 2.0 is that you get to experience virtual reality without any restrictive wires as you carry the computer on your back. This is also the biggest downside, the backpack has two 6000mAh li-ion batteries but those will only last long enough for a 1.5-hour long gaming session. Zotac does mention that it's possible to extend play time with hot-swappable batteries. You can check the full specifications over here.
Transform your VR experience and fully immerse into the virtual reality. The VR GO 2.0 untethers the VR experience to let users enjoy full immersion VR without any obstacles. Unshackle from the traditional platform and strap on the freedom of the ZOTAC VR GO 2.0 Backpack.
- Up to 1.5 hours play time
- Extend play time with hot-swappable batteries
- Extreme performance with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 graphics and 8th Gen Intel Core i7 processor
- Smaller and lighter design with top and side loaded I/O ports
- Battery status indicator for each battery with low battery audible notification
- Intelligent thermal design directs system heat away from body
- Unmatched comfort with padded support and straps
- Upgradable storage and memory