Behold one of the best VR ready laptops: the MSI GT76 Titan DT. It puts that name to the test by wielding a power RTX 2080 Super, backed by 64GB of RAM and a 10th Gen Intel Core i9. With that kind of power, no VR game, let alone the latest and greatest titles, are outside your reach.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - MSI GT76 Titan\r\nRocking an RTX 2080 Super, 64GB of RAM, and a 10th Gen Intel Core i9 CPU, the MSI GT76 Titan is definitely a titan among gaming laptops, having specs far above what\u2019s necessary to run VR and more.\r\n\r\nPower & Performance\r\nSo, what kind of performance can you expect? Ideally, you\u2019d want to know what games you can run. Titles like Shadow of the Tomb Raider are child's play to the MSI GT76 Titan. What about Cyberpunk 2077? Absolutely! In fact, you\u2019re right in line to enjoy raytracing. That makes us wonder why MSI stopped at 60Hz then. Why not at least 120Hz? It\u2019s still good, though an odd choice nonetheless.\r\nBattery, Ports & Expandability\r\nWhat\u2019s powering all this? Why, two power bricks. Yes, you read that right: the MSI GT76 Titan needs two power bricks to run everything at full strength. And yet you still get just 6 hours of playtime. That\u2019s average, at best, but certainly not bad. It\u2019s also highly expandable, in addition to having Wi Fi, Type C, Thunderbolt 3, four USB 3.1 Gen 2, microSD reader, and HDMI.\r\nBuild Quality\r\nIf there\u2019s anything MSI cut back on, it was build quality. Its chassis is largely plastic to reduce weight, otherwise it would feel like carrying a tank. However, the inside has nearly a dozen heatpipes, four fans, and a plethora of heat exhausts for better cooling., in addition to per key RGB. The Alienware M15 is several steps better in terms of build quality.\r\nValue\r\nMSI GT76 Titan gaming laptops aren\u2019t perfect, but they sure are powerful. The design hasn\u2019t been perfected yet, but picking one up means you\u2019ll be future-proof. When a new VR title comes out in the next few years, you\u2019ll have no worries about running it\u2014especially with specs like these. If cuts need to be made, then we suggest dropping down to the powerful Alienware M17; the MSI Stealth GS65 is a bit expensive for its performance.\r\nMSI GT76 Titan Wrap Up\r\nThe MSI GT76 Titan is a glimpse into the future at what gaming laptops can offer. MSI managed to cram a NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Super 8GB into this laptop, backed by 64GB of RAM and a desktop CPU. And with two 1TB SSDs, your games and OS benefit from faster loading.