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What is a VR-Ready Gaming Laptop or VR-Ready Gaming PC?
Virtual reality (VR)-ready gaming laptops and VR-ready gaming towers are PCs that contain advanced components for playing today's popular virtual reality games. These computers support complex VR headsets, such as Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, and can generate the detailed graphics and rapid frame rates needed to produce realistic virtual worlds.
The technical demands of virtual reality gaming – along with the headsets, gloves, and other VR gaming accessories that make it so entertaining – are very exacting, much more so than systems built for regular PC gaming. Graphics cards, processors, and even the type of USB ports are critical to matching a new PC to your favorite VR headset. So, you need to pay close attention to the system requirements for VR gaming PCs that are issued by each manufacturer.
Note that for purposes of this FAQ, VR gaming also includes games that use augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR). You can learn more about these different technologies in, "What is VR, AR, and MR?"
VR-ready gaming laptops vs. VR-ready gaming towers
Computer manufacturers like Lenovo make hundreds of different laptop and tower models with varying technical specifications, including dozens of systems that can support advanced VR environments. How do you narrow it down to know which one is right for you? Should you buy a VR-ready laptop or a VR-ready desktop tower PC?
VR-ready gaming laptops: Pros and cons
The biggest advantage of using a laptop for your VR gaming is that it's portable. You can play VR games in any room of the house and take your entire rig (laptop, headset, and accessories) with you when you travel. The disadvantage – and it's a relative one – is that laptops have to fit all their components in a much smaller frame compared to a desktop PC. With less room for fans and other cooling features, a laptop will rarely support the absolute fastest (and hottest running) processors and GPUs.
Ready to buy a VR-ready gaming laptop? Check out our Lenovo Legion laptops with up to 10th Gen Intel® Core™ processors and up to NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX discrete graphics.
VR-ready gaming PCs: Pros and cons
Experts will tell you that to support the very latest, most complex and immersive VR environments (including VR games), a desktop PC is the way to go. Tower PCs have room for extra fans to keep today's souped-up, VR-compatible chips (CPUs and GPUs) running smoothly. Desktops also typically offer additional ports, so connecting your VR peripherals is less of a problem than it can be with some laptops. On the other hand, desktop PCs are less portable, so you'll have to count on your game-playing friends to come to your place rather than you going to them.
If you've decided that a desktop PC is best for your VR gaming needs, be sure to consider the Lenovo Legion T Series Towers.
Lenovo gaming accessories
In addition to building powerful PCs that drive your VR gaming adventures, we also offer a variety of gaming headsets and accessories. This includes the standalone Lenovo Mirage Solo headset for VR experiences that don't require a PC or smartphone. There's also the advanced Lenovo Explorer headset, which opens a new realm of VR worlds, based on the innovative Windows Mixed Reality platform.
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