ET - the real one, 10 Nov 2016Yes, that's best case scenario, all links combined. Add some real world interference (say, you... moreWhen you play VR you play near the device in the same room .
a VR designed room wont have Any problems .
it is just the cost . will increase the cos by $400
samer1970, 09 Nov 2016We do have 5334Mbps Wifi ...
http://www.tp-link.com/en/products/details/cat-9_Ar... moreYes, that's best case scenario, all links combined. Add some real world interference (say, your own home Wifi) and bang goes the speed. Possible, yes possible. Likely? Not that much. There's a lot more going for wireless networks than just the specs you see.
In fact it's not uncommon to inside one's own house the speed of the link dropping a lot from room to room. In case of 5 Gb/s rates we're more on the turning the head and lowering the speed range already. There's a lot of interference that can kill such a link
ET - the real one, 08 Nov 2016At only Full HD screens for each eye, and only 60 FPS, 8 bit per pixel, each of your Wifi link... moreWe do have 5334Mbps Wifi ...
it is possible .
samer1970, 08 Nov 2016you are mistaken ... we can use multi WIFI (total of 3) for the needed bandwidth .At only Full HD screens for each eye, and only 60 FPS, 8 bit per pixel, each of your Wifi links (since you mentioned 3 links at once) would require a bandwidth of 1.86 Gb/s, that's already past SATA I territory by the way, with absolutely no redundancy and no overhead at all. Realistically 2 Gb/s per link (3 links needed, one for each color), for only 24 bit color depth Full HD stereoscopic images, at 60 FPS. That's what you would need to get constantly to your VR headset, not peak.
Shall we up this to 4K and you need to multiply that by 4, or want 32 bit and you'll need to multiply 2 of the links by 1.375 and one by 1.25
Well.... yeah it's still a huge clog in data transfer. Either that huge/insane bandwidth or dealing with compressed data for delays and quality losses.
That would require the yet unreleased specifications of 802.11 standards, or some proprietary link. But not feasible with current off the shelf Wifi.
ET - the real one, 06 Nov 2016You didn't read what I wrote bellow did you? The bandwidth will get clogged easily, even with ... moreyou are mistaken ... we can use multi WIFI (total of 3) for the needed bandwidth .
samer1970, 05 Nov 2016Just make a WIFI connection VR and stop this nonsense ... no need to carry anything nor wor... moreYou didn't read what I wrote bellow did you? The bandwidth will get clogged easily, even with the best networks, streaming 2 Full HD/4K video signals uncompressed means a huge/insane bandwidth. Compress it to reduce the bandwidth and you get delayed video in other hand.
Looks pretty good as a portable gaming pc. It wouldn't look out of place sitting next to your tv with ps4 and/or xb1. Wireless controller and 1070 is an amazing card to game on. Depends on the rest of the specs, interesting.
i don't think its a matter of a strap on your PC case...
those systems should be properly engineered to withstand the operations at vertical orientation. The Hardware should be chosen to withstand sudden movements or shakes.
im just worried about how the heating will be handled and how much it would weigh in addition to the cost ..
this is a boom-box style reminiscent :r
oh the 80's
Can you Imagine yourself carrying a DESKTOP on your back? You think that was cool? If it's cool then I will put a STRAP on my desktop now and then I will carry it outside.
Just make a WIFI connection VR and stop this nonsense ...
no need to carry anything nor worry about batteries and sweating while playing games
"When not being used as a backpack, the VR Go can also be used as a standard desktop PC"
VR is DOA
It's the next fad like 3d tvs were. Right now VR is too expensive and there are no real games just glorified tech demos.
ET - the real one, 04 Nov 2016Only if you don't reconfigure the lid, which I've been doing ever since Windows XP. Configure... moreYeah tried that with our first laptop before. Didn't somehow keep the games running when I closed the lid. So I gave up and didn't even bother doing it again with the newer ones.
SJM32, 04 Nov 2016Get one of those trays that have a fans built in so that it can keep the underneath of the lap... moreDude. you're going to put a laptop INSIDE a backpack even if buy an external fan you still dont have an actual vent for the heat to go through since the back pack is going to be closed.
Even Better, walk around with a Sega Dreamcast strapped your back, and a keyboard necklace, then kill zombies by typing at them.
This can be pretty legit, as long as the battery holds up, the specs are good, and it doesn't make you sweat to the point of complete discomfort.
Anonymous, 04 Nov 2016Air ventilation is going to be a problem and last time I've checked closing your laptop places... moreGet one of those trays that have a fans built in so that it can keep the underneath of the laptop cool?
Anonymous, 04 Nov 2016Air ventilation is going to be a problem and last time I've checked closing your laptop places... moreOnly if you don't reconfigure the lid, which I've been doing ever since Windows XP.
Configure it to do nothing when closed