ASUS reveals their first Windows 10 Mixed Reality headset

ASUS reveals their first Windows 10 Mixed Reality headset

ASUS reveals their first Windows 10 Mixed Reality headset

 
VR headsets are about to become much more widely available, with Microsoft’s soon to be released Windows 10 Mixed Reality headsets, delivering affordable pricing as well as high-end display specifications. 
 
ASUS has now revealed their own Windows Mixed Reality headset, which will release with a polygonal design that gives their headset a unique aesthetic. This headset will contain dual 90Hz 1440×1440 displays, offering a combined resolution of 2880×1440, which is higher than both the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive. 
 
This headset will not require any external tracking systems, with this design utilising Microsoft’s own 3D tracking system, which includes support for motion controllers. The headset itself will weigh just 400 grams, with the headset being designed to rest it weight on the user’s forehead, in a similar fashion to Sony’s PSVR. 

  

 

At this time ASUS has not revealed the pricing or the official release date of this Windows 10 Mixed reality headset, though it is expected to become available later this year. 

 

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