Dovetailing off its HP Omen X Compact Desktop gaming rucksack, HP will soon offer a comparable little shape factor, VR-prepared workstation in addition to knapsack for the excitement, retail deals and reproduction/preparing ventures.
The HP Z VR knapsack stuffs a Core i7-7820HQ quad-center processor and a 16GB Nvidia Quadro P5200 GPU into a work area workstation that works similarly well in a docking station at your work area, or cut to a battery-prepared saddle that fits on your back.
It’s image rationalist, so it will work with the Oculus Rift or Asus Windows MR headset, yet it will be advanced with either HP’s adaptation of the Windows blended reality headset or the HTC Vive Business Edition. Affiliate coordination and technical support for the last two headsets will be accessible too.
The HP Z VR Backpack G1 workstation comes in at 10.25 pounds, including the rucksack bridle, batteries and work area PC, yet does exclude the headset. Regardless you’ll have the capacity to utilize the reduced (13.11 by 9.29 by 2.39 inches HWD) work area while associated with the knapsack, without anyone else’s input while associated with HDMI or smaller than expected DisplayPort, or associated with the docking station.
The knapsack PC will be accessible in September beginning at $3,299.
HP workstations, now with VR
Notwithstanding the rucksack workstation, HP reported VR bolster for its HP Z Book 17 portable workstation, HP Z Desktop workstations (counting the Z440, Z640 and Z840 towers) and the EliteDesk 800 G3 tower.
The last is a top of the line business work area, which opens VR to business divisions without specific workstation IT bolster specialists.
Nvidia underpins VR headsets on Quadro P4000 or more noteworthy GPUs, so you’ll need to spending plan $900 or more for the illustrations alone. When you do, you’ll have the capacity to utilize the workstation with a VR headset for diversion (VR gaming), VR representations (like in the engineering, inside plan or car businesses) or for preparing purposes (overwhelming apparatus task, transport activity, medicinal strategies or specific manufacturing plant work).
We anticipate preparing HP’s VR workstations in PC Labs for audit in the coming months.