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All Oculus Rift’s Were Taken Offline!

For those looking to escape the real world and go into virtual reality that has not been possible if you own an Oculus Right virtual reality headset. Every Oculus Rift headset was taken offline by an interesting mistake made by the company.

Zotac VR Go Backpack
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Zotac’s VR GO Backpack Gets Priced

Zotac's VR GO Virtual Reality backpack finally has a price attached to it. We first showed you the VR GO backpack when it was revealed at Zotac's 10th Anniversary event in Hong Kong. The unit will go for $1999, which gives you the ability to strap this PC to your back and kick some ass in VR without cables holding you back.

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AMD Polaris Architecture Aiming at VR Market

Currently the minimum cards that will run VR content are the Radeon R9 290 cards and the GeForce GTX 970. The market currently has 7.5 million deployed units with these types of cards, with the GeForce GTX 970 being the most popular graphics card on the market. In a recent interview AMD's Roy Taylor confirmed that the Polaris architecture is aiming at the VR market.

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HTC Partnering With GameStop & Microsoft to Bring VR Demos In Stores

All we have been hearing about lately is Virtual Reality. While it may look really cool on paper and all of the videos on the internet are pretty awesome it is something that you need to experience yourself. You really will never know what VR is actually like without trying it. This can be an issue for some people as they might not want to fork out the money for a VR headset just yet and they do not live where there are VR-focused events. GameStop wants to change this and they are partnering with HTC to let everyone have the chance to give VR at try.

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Have You Seen The VR Virtual Desktop Yet?

To be honest I am not really that sold on VR. I am an avid PC gamers and while gaming in VR would be cool, it just does not appeal to me that much. If you ask anyone on the ThinkComputers staff they actually make fun of me because I am not really behind VR. Well I came across something the other day that actually really got me excited about VR. It is Virtual Desktop for VR. I have to say it looks pretty amazing!

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