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Clearly, HP didn't skimp on components -- this thing can easily take on full-sized gaming rigs. Basically, it'll handle every modern game without trouble.
Given its diminutive size, it could also serve as a home theater PC that can blow away the latest 4K ready consoles, like the Xbox One X and PlayStation 4. Of course, that should be expected when it costs five times as much. The desktop also has a built-in battery, which lasted 1 hour and 10 minutes while running the PC Mark 8 benchmark.
Clearly, it's not something you're meant to use unplugged for very long. It's still convenient though, since it means you can connect the Compact Desktop to the VR backpack accessory, and swap out extra external batteries, without shutting it down.
That's a simple thing you can't do with other VR backpack systems. Using virtual reality In desktop mode, HP's mixed reality headset was a cinch to set up. There aren't any sensors to install, like with the Oculus Rift and Vive.
Everything on Microsoft's VR platform relies on built-in sensors, instead. When you put on the headset, you're thrown into the Windows Mixed Reality Portal, which is where all of the VR magic happens. You'll be asked how you want to use your headset: If you choose the latter, you can immediately start moving around Microsoft's virtual living room and testing out mixed reality apps.
If you want to walk around VR environments, though, you'll need to clear out nearby furniture and trace a virtual boundary using the headset first. It's all meant to keep you from bumping into your desk and nearby walls. Compared to the virtual living rooms from Oculus and HTC Vive, which serve as a home base for everything you're doing in VR, Microsoft's feels comfortable.
And even though there are only 60 virtual reality apps in the Windows Store so far, including notable entries like Superhot and Arizona Sunshine, there's still plenty to do. Superhot, feels just as smooth and immersive as it did on the HTC Vive.
And since the headset is higher res, everything looked sharper as well. Watching trailers in the virtual screening room almost felt like I was in a theater. And it handled degree videos well. The Star Wars Rogue One behind-the-scenes experience felt just as immersive as other headsets.
After playing for a while, though, it's clear that Microsoft's VR controllers aren't nearly as ergonomic as Oculus's excellent Touch controllers. Hitting the trigger and grip buttons don't feel very natural, and since they have straight handles, they don't fit easily into the natural curve of your hands.
Hopefully, that's something Microsoft can fix with its next controllers. When it comes to HP's backpack accessory, I was honestly surprised how much I enjoyed using it. It made diving into VR more immersive, since I didn't have to worry about getting tangled in any cables tied to a large desktop.
Sure, the setup is a bit more involved: You've got to attach the compact desktop, slide in the battery packs, and make sure everything is connected properly.
The backpack feels surprisingly comfortable to wear, thanks to its padded shoulder straps and two front straps. The entire setup clocks in at 8.
While playing Superhot, I was able to dodge bullets and take out bad guys far more easily, since I was free to move and bend in ways I couldn't with a typical VR setup. Of course, there's also the danger of hitting a wall and running into furniture.
Even if you set up virtual borders, it's easy to miss those when you're swept up in the game world. And, oddly enough, you can't quickly set up new borders in backpack mode -- you can only do it in desktop mode with a monitor attached.Send your student back to school with a laptop that's equal parts dependable and powerful.
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