Zotac Reveals Smallest VR Ready PC at Computex
Peter Donnell / 2 years ago
Looking for something ultra compact, easily portable, but terrifically powerful? Then Zotac have got you covered at their Computex 2016 booth! The new Magnus EN980 is the smallest VR ready PC on the market, offering up liquid cooling, an Intel Core i5-6400 running up to 3.3GHz, a GTX 980 4GB and more. We strongly suspect this is running 1080 hardware, but with Nvidia still holding a few cards to their chest, we suspect Zotac are too, we’ll wait and see.
This is just a clear chassis mock up to show you the installation, water block, and radiator design.
How about a big ol’ backpack for your system, just stick a battery on it and you can take the Magnus on the go. Not the most refined VR backpack ever, but we’ll be damned if we said it didn’t get the job done.
Tiny computers are a big market for Zotac, and they rolled out a few of their newly upgraded models, such as this Intel Atom powered PICO P1330.
We liked this one, completely silent, powerful, and mountable, great for a compact HTPC solution, digital signage and a whole lot more.