ZOTAC has your back with GTX 1070-powered VR GO backpack

ZOTAC reveals its new 'VR GO' backpack, for VR gaming on the go.

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ZOTAC has made its VR backpack official during its unveiling event in Hong Kong, announcing the new VR GO backpack, which features an awesome design, more user-friendly functionality, and enough CPU and GPU horsepower to play every VR game on the market.

ZOTAC was showing off the VR backpack at Computex 2016 earlier this year, but it wasn't in its final form. The official VR GO backpack is lighter, more durable, and easier to use - something you can see from ThinkComputers' video above. Inside of ZOTAC's new VR GO backpack is a full NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 graphics card, and a hot-swappable battery for longer-lasting VR gaming on-the-go.

Ther's also HDMI and USB ports at the top of the VR GO backpack, so you won't be fumbling down the sides or at the bottom to get your VR headset plugged into it.

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