MSI VR One brings high quality VR and extreme gaming performance
MSI is still a young company, but that hasn’t stopped it from being able to dominate the gaming scene over the last few years through its reputation for the superior gaming hardware and innovation it delivers, giving Dell’s Alienware brand a run for its money.
MSI launches a fantastic VR backpack with powerful specs & features
MSI did it again and took another step in maintaining its well-deserved place in gaming by launching a VR backpack called the VR One. The MSI VR One backpack comes pre-installed with Windows 10 Pro and is powered by Intel i7 processors along with the NVIDIA GTX 1060 and 1070 graphics card for the extreme gaming performance.
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The MSI VR One comes with 16GB DDR RAM (2 x 8GB) along with both 256GB/512GB storage possibilities. Such extreme hardware definitely requires a tremendous amount of power supplied via two battery packs for up to 1.5 hours of gaming time.
Check out other goodies included in the MSI VR One backpack:
- 4 VR HMD ports
- One HDMI
- A mini display port
- Headphones and a mic jack
- Two hand controllers
- The system
- The utility backpack carrier
- The VR headset
A new era of gaming is upon us
With every piece of hardware and innovation, MSI is doing its best to establish a new era of gaming where you will be able to carry all the power you need in a backpack and play the highest-quality VR Ready titles while you’re on the go.
You will also be able to use the MSI VR One with HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. Pricing starts from $1,899 and goes up to $2,129.
For more information about VR One, go to MSI’s official webpage.
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