Tiny Zotac PC Can Run VR

We've followed along with Zotac since their creation about 10 years ago and they've managed to do some pretty amazing things with a super small form factor PC. They were the company that pioneered the NUC from Intel and have really pushed the envelop to get real-PCs into tiny little enclosures. The beautiful thing about Zotac, is that they aren't putting cruddy hardware into small boxes. They have some pretty powerful Kaby Lake boxes that use NVIDIA GTX hardware as well. This would make a great "wearable" PC if you just had to do VR.

The Magnus EN1070K is the latest entry in the Zotac E-series of miniature desktop computers, and measures in with a tiny footprint of 8.27 x 7.9 inches (or a little bigger than a Mac Mini). But it packs some serious firepower into the small size, offering a current-generation Intel Kaby Lake Core i5 processor, an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 GPU, up to 32GB of RAM, and both an M.2 SSD slot and a 2.5-inch SATA drive bay for internal storage.

Source: TheVerge