MSI introduces the world’s lightest and thinnest backpack PC at Tokyo Game Show 2016.
The MSI VR One features two battery packs that can power the device for up to 1.5 hours of usage. What’s even more remarkable about the device is that it weighs only 3.6kg which is quite good for a device of its caliber.
Not much is known about the MSI VR One as of the moment but it’s said to be powered by an overclocked CPU and GeForce GTX10 series graphics card. It will be able to produce full throttle gaming with a fairly quiet 40dBA – thanks to its cooling design composed of dual 9cm ultra blade fans and 9 heat pipes.
Other features of the VR One include Thunderbolt3 port, USB Type-C, Mini-DisplayPort, HDMI port, and 4 USB 3.0 ports.
MSI VR One is fully optimized for the HTC Vive and it supports over 90FPS for any high level VR devices.
Pricing and availability isn’t available as of the moment but it’s expected to be announced later this week.