This is a Zotac device but a PC be able to work rechargeable batteries and is flexible, wrapped around the bag to carry on your back and designed for use with Virtual Reality systems anywhere, without the need for cables. You might go out in the field and use your Virtual Reality system in the middle, because everything works independently and without cables.
Zotac VR GO 3.0, a high-end PC on your back
As we mentioned, Zotac has updated its VR backup with the latest hardware to work better, something that is reasonable from the 2.0 version of Zotac VR Go days starting in 2018. Therefore, it now equips the processor Intel Core i7-9750H
Another very important update, especially when we’re talking about the PC that will be dedicated to Virtual Reality programs, the graphics card. In version 3.0, Zotac decided to integrate a RTX 2070, and we only question the decision – especially considering the price – with four models (from NVIDIA) over. And it’s not that we’re going to order the RTX 2080 Ti, but to have an expensive RTX 2070 SUPER, it seems like it’s a stressed decision to get things out of its stores held on RTX 2070 more than anything else.
In short, this graph at any time guarantees the best performance with all kinds of virtual reality systems, that all of the material is not included and we will have to buy it separately.
Comfort above all else
As you can see, this Zotac VR GO 3.0 is nothing more than a small PC, designed to fit the bag they are making including a “package”. The total weight of the equipment is up to 5.2 Kg (including the attached battery and other used battery included, in the package it is designed for) and is 280.4 mm x 347.5 mm x 87 0.1mm, so it is not too heavy and uncomf ortable to wear or .
All in all with this, the backpack is designed to fit comfortably in the back, with numerous tubes that will make us feel comfortable carrying the equipment on our backs even when traveling while using the Virtual Reality system.
In addition, it has adjustments on both shoulders and hips both on the chest and hips, with the aim of making the PC as slow as possible while using it. For this purpose, many internal components are retained by the rubber ribs to absorb the maximum movement and shock potential.
Price and availability
The Zotac VR GO 3.0 «pack» includes the Slim PC (ZBOX-VR7N73), backpack, 330W power adapter for charging batteries, two 6000 mAh batteries, dock charging both at the same time, wiring and and drivers.
So far Zotac has not indicated the availability date, but it will be available “soon” at a price of 248,000 Yen (about 1,700 Euro), taxes not included. Therefore, it would not be unusual if when it comes to stores its prices are approx 2,100 euros or more.