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The new ZOTAC VR GO 4 VR backpack combines an RTX A4500 with last generation processors

ZOTAC has announced what is the fourth generation of its PC-Backpack to enjoy virtual reality without wires, the ZOTAC VRGo 4.0.

These types of devices began to proliferate when the first Oculus and HTC Vive arrived on the market by offering computers in backpack format so as not to have to be anchored by cable to a PC, back in the day we tried some model like the MSI VR One. Today , glasses like the Oculus Quest 2 have a wireless PC connection mode and it is not necessary to use cables (although in the presentation video of this backpack they are used as an example), however, certain models of glasses are still anchored in physical connectivity and it is to these types of systems that this ZOTAC VRGo 4.0.

Geeknetic The new ZOTAC VR GO 4 VR backpack combines an RTX A4500 with last generation processors 1

This new variant includes a professional-range NVIDIA RTX A4500 graphics, so although the company emphasizes its gaming possibilities, it also has professional and wireless design applications. accompany you 16 GB of DDR5 for RAM and 512 GB of M.2 SSDall managed by Windows 11 Pro. It has a card reader and a 2.5″ SATA port for extra storage.

Geeknetic The new ZOTAC VR GO 4 VR backpack combines an RTX A4500 with last generation processors 2

The inclusion of a last generation processor is striking, specifically a Intel Core i7-11800H, instead of making the leap to Alder Lake, which has shown a considerable improvement in performance in this type of CPU for laptops, as we have been able to verify in some of our analyses.

The ZOTAC VR Go 4.0 It is powered by a pair of 6,000 mAh hot-swappable lithium batteries. At the moment we do not know its price.

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