Lenovo's Mixed Reality Headset is called Explorer and starts at $349


Acer, HP, Asus and Dell already introduced their Windows platform based Mixed Reality Headset. Joining the bandwagon is Lenovo with the Explorer. Its specs are almost similar to other models, but is priced little lower. It does not need a high-end PC to work with, and will preform fine in affordable budget PCs.

The Lenovo Explorer Mixed Reality headset has the usual dual 1440 x 1440 pixel display and dual-camera for inside-out positional tracking offering a "free and unfettered natural motion". It also does not have external sensors, which means it is easy to setup. Just connect the built-in Y-cable of the headset to the computer's USB port and HDMI output, and you're good to go.

The headset lets you move around in an area of up to 3.5 by 3.5 meters, which means within this space users can move around, hop, lunge, couch, and perform other actions.

There's also an optional motion controllers, but you can use the Explorer with an Xbox controller, Keyboard and mouse (to run Microsoft Office apps), or voice commands through Cortana. It also has the ability to run VR games and apps.

The standalone Lenovo Explorer is priced at $ 349, and the headset and motion controller bundle will cost $449. It will hit the shelves in October.

Ajedux Bey
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Lenovo's Mixed Reality Headset is called Explorer and starts at $349 Lenovo's Mixed Reality Headset is called Explorer and starts at $349 Reviewed by Ajedux Bey on 9/01/2017 04:51:00 PM
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