Asus recently revealed their ROG GR8 II, a console-sized Gaming rig with a rather impressive amount of power under the hood. Designed with a plug-and-play ethos and built specifically for VR gaming, this latest addition to their ‘Republic of Gamers’ line of equipment has clearly taken some inspiration from the current generation of consoles. It sports a very slim chassis and a front panel with headphone and mic ports, clearly aping the design of the PS4 and making it the smallest VR-ready PC on the market.
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But the hardware inside is where the console comparisons end. The top end version comes with a Core i7-7700 Kaby Lake processor and 32GB of DDR4 RAM. An Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card tops off what is an impressive piece of machinery, especially considering it weighs in at a skinny 4kg.