There are a lot of people hoping to keep their virtual-reality fixation on the down low. For a gamer-driven desktop, the enormous tank-like Acer Predator G6 or the little yet strong Falcon Northwest Tiki isn’t going to trick anyone. It is why you need Micro Raptor Z55.
The Raptor has an unpretentious, circumspect dark plan that blurs away from plain sight. It offers astounding top of the line execution and a different front board for associating VR headsets. It’s still somewhat plain-searching for such a costly PC, and it takes up a huge amount of space.
The front part
The front-mounted VR association board isn’t sufficiently tough. The Velocity Micro Raptor Z55 is a VR-prepared desktop with an exceptionally preservationist look, yet great execution and a lot of setup choices. The moderate configuration of the VR-prepared PC blurs out of spotlight, with an inconspicuous dark brushed-metal complete, no blazing lights or insane edges, and genuinely unpretentious marking.
The best aspects
Its lone admission to gaming cleaves are blue-lit fans as an afterthought and back boards, each behind cross section grilles such that they cast just a smooth blue shine, and a little Velocity Micro logo on at the base of the front board.