This week HP unveiled a new version of their HP Omen X gaming PC backpack, the Z VR Backpack Business Edition, which as the name suggests, the backpack is focused on businesses instead of consumers.

In terms of its function, it is pretty similar to the original.

It features the same backpack design that packs a battery-powered and compact PC workstation that allows you to consume VR content on the go.

But with the business edition, HP has gone all out with specs.

It is powered by an Intel Core i7-7820HQ processor with vPro that is supported by a 16GB NVIDIA Quadro P5200 graphics card, with up to 32 GB of DDR4-2400 RAM and up to 1 TB of storage.

HP explained more about it with the following:

The system is capable of powering high-end virtual reality headsets such as the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and others and includes business friendly features such as a TPM 2.0 module, Windows 10 Pro support, and a commercial BIOS with support for features like wake on LAN. HP explains more :

Unlock the full potential of VR with the most powerful wearable VR PC ever created. Avoid getting tangled in cords. This light, comfortable backpack and hot swappable batteries lets you work, demonstrate, or train people with VR in any space. Create and interact with complex simulations. High-end performance VR and the latest high-fidelity graphic card to help prevent dropped frames. The dock lets you quickly transition back and forth between high-powered desktop for virtual reality content design and wearable VR PC for validating your creations.

They also released the following video for a quick look.

The HP Z VR Backpack will be available to purchase in a few months time during September 2017 for $3,299.

You can find out more about it at the source link below.

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