As long as we're talking about one of the beefy original Xbox One game consoles, anyhow. It's definitely a tad bigger than an Xbox One S ($300 at Best Buy), and substantially bigger than a PS4 Slim. Here, see for yourself:
Sure, its seventh-gen Intel Core i5-7300HQ processor and Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 graphics won't give you the highest fidelity VR experiences imaginable -- the 1060 is on the low-end of the VR totem pole compared to the much more powerful 1070 and 1080 chipsets -- but Asus says this PC is fully certified for the .
Plus, it comes standard with a 512GB solid state drive (of the M.2 SATA variety) instead of relying on wimpy spinning magnetic storage. That's unusually generous for the price, and you can fit a hard drive too if you really want.
The VivoPC X even fixes one of my pet peeves with most "VR-ready" desktops by including two HDMI ports instead of just one -- meaning you can easily plug in a VR headset and a TV or HDMI monitor at the same time.
With the CPU and graphics chips seemingly baked into the motherboard, it's not a PC you'll be able to upgrade down the road -- but that's the price you pay for such a small computer. Asus says it should be available in the US this March.