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Topic # 223831 19-Oct-2017 11:53
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I accidently came across the product from MSI. I don't plan on buying it, but it looked interesting

Hopefully it plays better than they can spell.

"with MSI VR One Backpack PCs. Time to venture into the evolution of virtual gaming!

[MSI, HQ] MSI, world leader in gaming hardware, announced that will bring the best VR gaming experience with Bandai Namco and HTC VIVE in Japan’s biggest VR entertament facility VR ZONE SHINJUKU! This great VR gaming experience will be more realstic because of the VR One backpack PCs!

The Highest Performance Non-Stop VR Backpack PC!

MSI VR One is world's best design gaming backpack PC for most of the VR games, with the powerful Core i7 7700HQ and GTX1070 graphics, play games for 1.5 hours, best of hot swap battery design, and a 3.5kg weight and great back mount that makes gamer could play most realstic VR games for whole days with lest time break or budern. It’s still the best Backpack PC in the world for any non-stop high level VR gaming!"

https://www.msi.com/news/detail/BwRF8-XWevMVnh2jnqTYLB3CP65CGtVrDIOgqBumI3t-16BA0BvWmpDxK5qjWKX4wY2cLWaW2Tvs64I2Bp-W2w~~

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  Reply # 1886193 19-Oct-2017 11:58
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It got reviewed here (Hardocp) ages ago, and got the gold award. Must be alright.

 

HP do something similar with a Quadro, more geared towards commercial/industrial uses.


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  Reply # 1886196 19-Oct-2017 12:00
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HP has one too IIRC


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1886259 19-Oct-2017 13:48
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Let's hope games warn of walking into non-virtual walls.



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  Reply # 1886262 19-Oct-2017 13:57
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  Reply # 1886268 19-Oct-2017 14:08
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kingdragonfly: Let's hope games warn of walking into non-virtual walls.

 

Its a solved problem. Next time you're in the bay of plenty, drop me a PM and I'll give you a demo...


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