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MSI announces their VR Ready Trident Mini PC

MSI announces their VR Ready Trident Mini PC

MSI announced their VR Ready Trident Mini PC

MSI announces their VR Ready Trident Mini PC

 

MSI has just announced their new VR Ready Trident Mini PC, offering the power of a GTX 1060 and a Skylake i7 6700 in a form factor that is smaller than most consoles.   

Right now MSI is calling this the smallest VR ready PC in the world, with this PC coming in a smaller form factor than both the PS4 and Xbox One. 

This system will come with either an MSI GTX 1060 3GB or 6GB and either an i7 6700 or an i5 6400 depending on your chosen configuration, allowing this system to come at several varying pricepoints. It would be interesting to see if MSI would be willing to release a barebones version of this unit in the future as, in theory, this product could fit in any LGA 1151 CPU and most small form factor GPUs.

MSI announced their VR Ready Trident Mini PCThe MSI Trident is designed to sit horizontally or vertically with a stand and measures in at 346 x 232 x 72mm, giving this PC an internal capacity of 4.7 litres. 

Looking at MSI's Trident system we can see that it will be very suitable for LAN events and as a portable gaming system, easily fitting into a backpack or suitcase.


MSI announced their VR Ready Trident Mini PC

 

The system is illuminated using MSI RGB LEDs, which are controlled using MSI's Mystic lighting utility, allowing this PC to match most spaces, regardless of your colour preference.   

At this time MSI has not released any pricing information on their Trident VR Ready Mini-PC, though we expect the company to release those details soon. 

 

You can join the discussion on MSI's VR Ready Trident Mini PC on the OC3D Forums

 

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15-11-2016, 09:44:49

AlienALX
That's really, really cool.Quote

15-11-2016, 10:38:28

demonking
vesa bracket would make this perfect.Quote

15-11-2016, 11:15:03

SuB
Can't help but see this 'VR Ready' thing in the same light as 'HD Ready' which just meant 720p... not 'Full HD' which was 1080p...

Feels like a midway point between 'it can VR' and 'enjoyable VR'...Quote

15-11-2016, 21:02:43

jimma47
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Originally Posted by SuB View Post
Can't help but see this 'VR Ready' thing in the same light as 'HD Ready' which just meant 720p... not 'Full HD' which was 1080p...

Feels like a midway point between 'it can VR' and 'enjoyable VR'...
Same - my galaxy phone can do 'VR' but it's rubbish.

This looks quite good too for a living room friendly PC - depending on the fan noise levels of course but they shouldn't be much different to a PS4/XBone. Would also make a great portable rig.Quote
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