CyberPowerPC Introduces New PCs Including A Line Of VR-Ready Laptops

by Charles Singletary • January 5th, 2017

Over at AMD’s booth, CyberPowerPC was one of many that made an appearance with a design that’s taking advantage of the motherboards powered by the new Ryzen processor. That’s not the only appearance they’re making, though, as they’re also bringing rigs that are based on Intel’s 7th generation Kaby Lake processor along with some VR-ready laptops.

CyberPowerPC offers a wealth of computers for different needs, but the Syber Gaming line focuses on “console killers” (as stated on their webpage) and other rigs that take advantage of the latest technology available. At CES you can see the Syber Gaming XL series, which will be available in Q2 this year with a choice of the new Intel or AMD processors. The XL rigs have huge enclosures that have great airflow and can accommodate liquid cooling systems as well.

In addition to those, CyberPowerPC has brought a full line of 15″ and 17″ laptops that have configurations that will have them ready for virtual reality gaming. The Vector II, Vector II Z, and Tracer II will all be at their booth along with the 18.4″ Fangbook 5 Extreme which features dual GTX 1080 graphics cards.

For gamers that are interested in streaming the most advanced gaming content, CyberPowerPC has also refreshed their high-end Pro Streamer line. These devices come with popular streaming programs like OBS and XSPLIT already installed so content creators can get right to work. This line will also feature a configuration that includes Intel’s Kaby Lake processor along with two other models with prices starting at $2,365.

With many already on the market and a swath of new rigs being unveiled at CES, the ecosystem for powerful computers able to handle VR experiences is growing quickly. 2017 is going to be a pivotal year and stay tuned to UploadVR to see who else brings options to the VR market.

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  • Ben McNulty

    This is what I like to see. Dual 1080s in a laptop is a super beast machine.

  • When are such PCs and headsets coming to India?

    • Mourz

      You need to petition Indian government. American companies would love to access the Indian economy.

  • MR Not Dux OSAR

    3 months into a $1200 PC and after seeing this I feel like I bought a Prius. Ugh!