For graphics, Zotac pivoted from a consumer GeForce card to an RTX A4500 with 20GB of GDDR6 memory connected to a 320-bit memory bus (Zotac’s spec sheet states that there are 16GB of GDDR6 and 256-bit buses. These are obvious typos, though they are mentioned). It’s a workstation GPU. Why switch? Zotac seems to want to not only promote VR games, but also attract developers and 3D designers with the latest iterations of VRGO.
The pitch here is that you can wear a powerful PC on your back and connect a non-wireless VR headset (or something you can optionally connect to your PC like Meta Quest 2). In doing so, Zotac enables a desktop-class VR experience with a wireless package.
Other tap specifications include 16GB DDR4 RAM (SO-DIMM), 512GB M.2 SSD (expandable in 2.5 inch bay), 3-in-1 memory card reader, 1x HDMI 2.1, 2x DisplayPort 1.4, Wi- It is included. Fi6 and Bluetooth 6.2, 1x USB 3.1 Type-C, 4x USB 3.1, 2x USB 3.0, GbE LAN, and 3.5mm headphone and microphone jack.