HP, a year after announcing its plans to release a computer-backpack for virtual reality, presented the final version in an updated design and announced the terms of sale. The PC is called HP Omen X Compact Desktop, it will be available from July at a price of $ 2499. To turn your desktop into a portable backpack-style device, you'll need a separate accessory called the Omen X backpack for $ 599.99.
Having connected to such a PC-backpack a helmet of virtual reality like Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, you can play without tripping over wires. The backpack accessory includes four 73 W batteries and a charging station. A pair of such batteries can be used to power a PC with hot-swap capability. That is, with the discharge of one pair of batteries do not have to be interrupted, but simply replace it with a charged pair. One pair of batteries is enough for an hour of play.
HP Omen X Compact Desktop is equipped with processors up to Intel Core i7 with overclocking, overclocked graphics card NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080, 16 GB of DDR4 RAM, 1 TB on a solid-state drive with PCIe interface. Supports Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, there are five USB Type-A ports, one USB Type-C port, DisplayPort and HDMI. The docking station adds a Thunderbolt port, a mini DisplayPort and HDMI and additional USB.