If entry level is what you\u2019re after to experience VR, then arguably the best VR ready laptops are the Lenovo Legion Y545. There\u2019s quite a bit of power locked into this laptop that weighs just 6 lbs. In fact, you can dive right into titles like Elite Dangerous with this setup.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Lenovo Legion Y545\r\nWielding an i7-9750H hexa-core CPU, 16GB of RAM, and a GTX 1660 Ti, the Lenovo Legion Y545 is more than ready to take on VR adventures like Elite Dangerous and Microsoft Flight Simulator.\r\n\r\nPower & Performance\r\nWhat kind of gaming performance should you expect out of a setup like this? Having a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti 6GB, Intel Core i7-9750H, and 16GB of RAM, you should have well over 60FPS on high settings, at 1080p\u2014a solid step above the Legion Y540. The pi\u00e8ce de r\u00e9sistance here is the 144Hz refresh rate, giving your already great experience buttery smooth transitioning from one frame to the next. The Alienware M15 has a little more to offer in performance, however.\r\nBattery, Ports & Expandability\r\nThe Legion Y545 Lenovo\u2019s battery life is lacking. At most you\u2019ll get 4 hours on a single charge. On the bright side, you get access to a solid collection of ports, such as: x3 USB 3.1 Gen 1, one USB-C, HDMI 2.0, Mini DisplayPort 1.4, and audio jack. Also, it\u2019s open to expanding via storage and RAM, up to 32GB of RAM.\r\nBuild Quality\r\nThe Lenovo Y545 has good build quality, combining both plastic and metal to form a relatively tough laptop. Some sections are plastic, wrapped by aluminum. It\u2019s simple, effective, and anti glare monitor is a nice touch.\r\nValue\r\nIs the Lenovo Legion Y545 worth picking up? Despite there being more powerful laptops (aren\u2019t there always?) right now, the Y545 is definitely worth considering, at least as an entry-level option. It\u2019s one of the easiest routes to experiencing what the VR library has to offer, largely due to its price per performance. If power is what you\u2019re after, the MSI Stealth GS65 and Alienware M17 are both premium choices.\r\nLenovo Legion Y545 Wrap Up\r\nIf VR is what you\u2019re after, the Lenovo Legion Y545 offers a path of least resistance. It isn\u2019t the best performance machine, but it will open the door to so many VR titles, like Elite Dangerous and Microsoft Flight Simulator when support finally comes out. Having an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti 6GB and Intel Core i7 is more than enough.