Nov 23, 2017 | Updated: 09:54 AM EDT

Asus ViVO PC X Bundle With Oculus Rift Now Available At Unbelievable Price

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This year's Consumer Electronic Show was filled with exclusive devices offering superlative gaming and VR experience. Among these, Asus ViVO PC X was a massive advancement. The next installment to Asus's VIVO PC took the audience with its power packed features equipped in a comparatively small and portable chassis. Now Asus has finally revealed the price index of the next-gen PC alongside another bonus pack of the Oculus Rift VR system.

According to Digital Trends, Asus VIVO PC X will come with some of the most exclusive specs like Intel's newest 7th Gen i5 processing unit coupled with Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 GPU, the potential match for running VR contents flawlessly. As for the memory, the CPU packs 8 GB DDR4 RAM having the capacity of 2400 Mhz complimented with a 512GB SATA solid-state drive for internal space. The attributes altogether stand as the best compilation to evolve contents at rates as high as 1080p, without any technical glitch. Asus VIVO PC X, coupled with so many extraordinary kinds of stuff, comes with a price tag of $800.

Besides revealing VIVO PC X's price range, Asus has also stocked a starter offer with this PC which one can hardly ignore. As per a report by Tom's Hardware, Asus VIVO X will also launch as a bundle with the incredible Oculus Rift. This bundle offer will apparently include the main Oculus Rift headset, a touch sensitivity enabled controller and four spectacular VR titles namely, The Unspoken, Superhot, Wilson's Heart, and Oculus' VR Sports Challenge. The jaw dropping package will be revealed with an unbelievable price tag of $1300 only.

Asus VIVO PC X could be availed in Asus Online Store alongside well-known marketplaces like Amazon, Best Buy, Newegg etc. However, the bundle pack with Oculus Rift is said to be on sale for a limited timeline only, possibly from April 25, 2017, to June 13, 2017.

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