MSI Announces backpack pc of 3.6 kg with battery life of one and a half hours




MSI has announced a backpack-PC for use in conjunction with a virtual reality glasses. VR One weighs 3.6kg, is equipped with a GTX 1070 and includes two batteries that wireless gaming is good according to the manufacturer for a half hour.

MSI VR One If gamers carry the MSI VR One on their backs and connect a Sun-glasses like the HTC Vive, they can move freely without being hindered by cables. The Taiwanese manufacturer has not given detailed specifications of the backpack, but requires that an Intel Core i7 CPU and Nvidia GTX GPU is in 1070. It is probably a laptop processor and the mobile version of the video card. Which incidentally is almost as fast as the desktop version.

MSI provides the backpack PC two batteries, which should account for a half hour of gameplay. Under what circumstances is measured, the manufacturer is not known. The noise that produces backpack should be less than 41 decibels. The cooling system consists of two fans of 90mm and nine heatpipes.

Because there are two batteries are used, there can be swapped a battery when the unit is on. The batteries are equipped with LEDs that indicate how full they are still. The backpack weighs a whole 3.6kg without batteries is 2.2kg. According to MSI, the VR One backpack optimized for use with the HTC Vive. There is an HDMI port and mini display port available. In addition, the device has a thunderbolt 3 jack with type C connector and four USB 3.0 ports.

MSI has not yet announced what the VR One will cost and when the backpack PC hits the market. Earlier, the manufacturer showed a prototype VR backpack PC, where Tweakers a preview of made. Zotac also showed a PC in a backpack for VR applications.


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