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Zotac VR GO review: niche, pricey and fails to deliver on the full promise of tether-free VR

Free yourself from the restrictive tethers of modern Virtual Reality. That’s the tantalising promise of Zotac’s VR GO backpack: total freedom for room-scale VR in a way that’s not been possible before. Who needs a wireless headset now? Me. I need wireless VR. Because however much I enjoy looking like Egon Spengler this is definitely not the way forward for virtual reality freedom. 

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Zotac VR GO review

The VR GO is essentially a $2,000 (£1,415) gaming PC fitted with a pair of 95Wh batteries and a harness so you can be saddled up like a prize donkey. That might sound a lot like a strap-on laptop without a screen and keyboard to the layman, but it’s promises more than that. Well… it’s certainly heavier.



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