We had an guess that this system as more of their own kinds should have latency problems,but we were shocked from a report that the demo of this system ran without even a hiccup and the VR environment was satisfying too.
Connection would not be a problem for these systems as it has Thunderbolt 3 and USB Type-C for VR connectivities amd it is rocking a Core i7-6770HQ.
The external GPU docks has hit it’s last development days but the company is still working on it’s design and features.The system was available in two different prototypes but we preferred one which was having a holding handle with it.
Coming to the dimensions the dock measures 400 x 172 x 242 mm (LxWxH) and the internals was so spacious that it could easily fit large triple fan GPUs having more space left for a 500 W power supply with a 2.5″ HDD for extra storage.
This system also has four USB 3.0s , as mentioned USB Type-C port and not to mention,a ethernet port .This system also has RGB illumination too.
You can throw in any GPUs you want from Titan X to AMD R9 Fury and next gen graphics cards are also welcome as they are officially supported as the company claims.PowerColor may ship these units with a GPU installed for below $399(expected price,officials are not out yet).