Hands on: Zotac VR Go review

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Zotac was one of the first companies to put together a VR backpack PC concept and now it also has one of the first devices to come to market with the Zotac VR Go.

The VR Go has come a long way since Zotac’s first VR Backpack, which essentially threw a Mini ITX desktop into a bag with a huge battery and called it a day. Now we have a PC that’s all in one custom designed enclosure for the explicit purpose of being worn and carried around on your back.

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The overall design of the Zotac VR Go is almost plain but elegant compared to the loud designs of the MSI VR One and HP Omen VR Backpack. It’s square on almost all sides except for an arched top and the only other notable feature is a pair of battery life indicators.

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https://www.techradar.com/reviews/zotac-vr-go

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