Zotac has updated its 4th-Gen VR Go wearable PCs with its latest models boasting increased performance and professional-grade Nvidia graphics processors for virtual reality gamers. The company says the new machines “provide a competitive edge over the competition” and are “the only true 4K VR Ready wearable PCs” thanks to their compact Heat Sink, increased performance, and Nvidia RTX graphics.
VR Go 4.0 Wearable PCs
The VR Go 4.0 wearable PCs come in two different models, one with an Intel 11th Generation Core i7-11800H processor and Nvidia’s RTX A2000 or RTX A4500 GPUs and another with an Intel 12th Generation Core i7-12800H processor and the same RTX graphics options.
Both of the new VR Go 4.0 machines come with 16 GB of DDR4 memory, a 512 GB M.2 SSD, and options for additional storage. They’re also both Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.2, USB Type-C, DisplayPort, HDMI, and more-compatible machines.
Zotac says both the RTX and non-RTX VR Go 4.0 wearable PCs can offer up to 50 minutes of battery life and feature on-the-go battery replacement, meaning you can keep gaming on the go without having to constantly charge. Though the company says the machines are “tailored for competitive VR gamers,” they’re also popular among AR, VR, and mixed reality developers and professionals.
In opting for professional-grade Nvidia RTX graphics processors instead of regular GeForce RTX GPUs, it’s possible that the VR Go 4.0 PCs won’t offer the best performance with CPUs and GPUs from recent years. We won’t know precise pricing for the devices until they’re officially announced, but they’ll likely be premium devices nonetheless.
For more of the latest news and updates in the world of tech, be sure to check out our guide to the best gaming headset and our look at the best VR games. If you’re looking to game on the go, we’ve got you covered with the best gaming laptop for travel. You can also get the latest on the upcoming Steam SteamOS update (2020) and Valve’s latest console, the Steambox.