MSI has this week unveiled a very unique virtual reality system in the form of the MSI VR One, which has been designed to be the lightest most futuristic virtual reality backpack the provides users with a wireless free experience for up to 90 minutes on a single charge.
During this years Tokyo Game Show 2016, MSI and HTC VIVE Unveiled the new virtual reality system, which is still currently a concept but the working prototype weighs 3.6 kg and is equipped with two battery packs.
The system is powered by an overclocked CPU and GeForce GTX 10 series graphics card and is capable of delivering full throttle gaming performance under 40dBA of noise. MSI explains more :
The rest similar products simply can’t compare with MSI VR One in terms of its futuristic look, the chassis’s material quality, the lightweight of 3.6kg, the longevity of its battery life and the non-stop hot swap design. On top of just making the MSI VR One looking good, MSI has paid a great amount of efforts on the ID, the cooling and the interior hardware designs to make sure the highest performance and the best user VR experience of this masterpiece.
MSI VR One is deisgned with an armer pack, a futuristic robot machine style, with 2 battey packs on the bottom right and left of the backpack. Once removing the 2 batteries aside, MSI VR One is merely 2.2 kg in weight. As a stand alone PC system, MSI VR One is even lighter than some performance gaming notebooks. The design is more compact and the performance is even better than any other similar products. Moreover, it is more convenient thanks to the the longevity of its battery life and the non-stop hot swap design. You may play hours of VR games non-stop. For B to B business or VR developpers, the portability and the mobility of MSI VR One is the best solution both for the limitedless VR environment possibilities and the VR content demonstration all around the world.
The “VR One” is designed for highest VR HMD mobility, therefore it comes with unique design of 2 hot-swappable batteries. It also comes with battery indicators: each battery’s life is illuminated through 4 white lights located next to the mount. 4 lights illuminating means the battery life is 75%~100%; 3 lights means it’s 50%~75%; 2 lights means it’s 25%~50%; 1 light means it’s under 25%. The last light will be flashing to remind users that the battery may run out of power within a short time. When users want to hot-swap a battery they can swap one at a time without using an adaptor. However, if users plug in the adaptor, they can remove both batteries simultaneously while VR One will still keep the same high performance for VR experience or other type of heavy loading gaming as an ultra slim PC.
For more information on the new MSI VR One virtual reality backpack jump over to the official MSI website for details by following the link below.
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