VR and games like Overwatch are great, but what good are they when you can't take them on the road and enjoy them in the same quality you would on your desktop. NVIDIA wants to change all that with their new GTX 10-Series chips that are based on the company's new Pascal Architecture that allowed for performance that is 3x that of the previous model with support for the latest graphics technologies and VR. To put it simply, this means you'll be able to get a VR-compatible setup for under $1,300. The GTX 10-Series chips will be available in upcoming laptops from brands like MSi, Razer, Alienware, Asus, EVGA, and more.
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