“Gaming on the go” normally refers to a handheld device or a cloud gaming subscription, but Zotac’s recent product gives it a whole new meaning. The hardware company has launched a wearable gaming PC that you can carry with you wherever you go.
The Zotac VR Go 4.0 is a gaming PC in the form of a backpack, complete with gamer aesthetics. The backpack also includes virtual reality (VR) headset, allowing you to play games like Beat Saber, Superhot, Pistol Whip, and others.
Its hardware specifications are sufficient to handle recent titles such as Resident Evil: Village, Dying Light 2, Elden Ring, and others. This is due to the fact that it is equipped with Intel’s 11th Gen Core i7 (11800H) processor and Nvidia’s virtually top-end RTX A4500 GPU, which has gaming performance compared to the RTX 3060.
There is 512GB of NVMe SSD storage and 16GB of LPDDR4 RAM that can be increased to 32GB. Extra loading bays can increase storage by up to 6GB. The backpack’s connectors, which include one HDMI port, two Display Ports, USB C ports, USB A ports, a headphone jack, and Gigabit LAN, make it extremely adaptable.
Because it is powered by swappable batteries, the VR Go 4.0 can even go wireless, but it only lasts around 50 minutes.
Zotac has yet to release pricing or availability information.