At present many companies produce VR-compatible portable PCs performed in the shape of a backpack. Most of them are designed for gaming purposes; however, HP developers believe these systems can be also useful in professional spheres.
At the SIGGRAPH 2017 conference, HP presented its wearable HP Z VR Backpack workstation, resembling a backpack. The manufacturer claims it to be the most effective among similar devices due to the 4-core Intel Core i7-7820HQ mobile CPU, operating at the 2.9–3.9 GHz frequency, and the high-end mobile NVIDIA Quadro P5200 video card, based on the Pascal GP104 graphics processor with 2,048 CUDAs and the 16 GB GDDR5 memory. Storage capability is ensured by the 32 GB DDR4-2400 RAM and up to 1 TB SSD.
A couple of hot swap 55 watt-hour batteries enables HP Z VR Backpack wireless productivity. This HP specialty can operate as a desktop system while connected to a special docking station.
The novelty values at $3,299, weighs 4.65 kg and has the following dimensions 33.3 x 23.6 x 6.09 cm.