Virtual reality helmet from HP

HP has introduced branded VR headset called the Reverb G2. A new virtual reality helmet manufacturer has developed in team collaboration with Valve and Microsoft. According to the manufacturer, the accessory is not only superior to its predecessor in terms of functionality, but also received the highest resolution display in its segment.

The novelty is equipped with two of 2.89-inch displays with a resolution of 2160×2160 pixels and a refresh rate of 90 Hz. Lenses developed by the company Valve, provides a viewing angle of 114 degrees for a more immersive experience. Serve the same purpose and speakers located at a distance of 10 mm from the user’s ears, and technology-enabled surround sound Microsoft.

The headset received a four chamber and ensures that the positioning of the six-axis without the use of external sensors. Weight of the HP Reverb G2 VR is 500 grams. For the perfect fit, the helmet is equipped with a system-optimized weight distribution. It can also be easily folded to 90 degrees to quickly move from the virtual world to the real one.

New HP headset supports Windows Mixed Reality and compatible with the SteamVR platform. In sale the novelty will arrive this fall at a price of $599.

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