ZOTAC took to COMPUTEX 2018 to stretch its gaming legs. In one way or another, their products on showcase are meant to allow users to freely enjoy digital worlds, in the way they best see fit. Their mobile, VR GO 2.0 backpack, which carries an Intel 8700T CPU as well as NVIDIA's GTX 1070 graphics, now includes SPECTRA lighting (for all the people looking at you while you enjoy your mobile VR gaming, naturally).
Whether with the VR GO 2.0 or other, of the more immobile type solutions, it's all about experiences. Other ZOTAC products on offer include their MEK ULTRA gaming system, packing a ZOTAC 1080 Ti AMP graphics card and an Intel Core i9-7900X CPU; their MEK MINI gaming system, which reduces the overall footprint much more than it reduces gaming performance (an Intel Core i7 8700T CPU and a GeForce GTX 1080 deliver the performance chops); and, of course, ZOTAC's renowned ZBOX solutions offer a true work or gaming station in a small footprint ( their ZBOX Q on station packed an NVIDIA Quadro P5000 graphics card alongside Intel's Optane, for instance).
As a bonus, ZOTAC also took to COMPUTEX a "small" infographic on its graphics card design and LED lighting philosophy, so here are those pictures for you as well.