These days ago we have spoken enough of the IDF 2016, the developer forum held in San Francisco from 16 to 18 August 2016. The company Intel took the opportunity to show a laptop with which we can enjoy a better experience when using virtual reality. When we talk about a laptop we are not referring to a laptop ... but rather a "vest PC".
We know that the cable connection can be somewhat uncomfortable when wearing helmets like the Oculus Rift or HTC Vive.
Large PC manufacturers like HP, Zotac, MSI and Dell, which have already demonstrated some similar developments, some species of backpacks PC. But Intel has gone a step further, launches ready for virtual reality shaped vest PC.
This team-vest is in the development stage and is still far from being just a prototype. It is unclear whether the future will come to see in the market similar to one device or only serve as a sample of what you can get to make.
The prototype includes an Intel Core i7-6785R Skylake processor, 8 GB of RAM LPDDR3, SSD and two separate batteries, with a total capacity of 120 mAh.
It can be plugged into helmets like the Oculus Rift and HTC lives, so that we will not be tied to bother us when we move in a virtual reality environment.