Lenovo announces their own Virtual Reality device
Lenovo has dropped their new cool VR device at the IFA 2017 – the Lenovo Explorer. It is an ergonomic virtual reality headset that weighs at about 380 grams. It is also compatible with most PCs and can be easily set-up using a cable that connects it to the computer.
The Explorer enables users to enjoy AAA contents with mixed reality on Windows 10 such as sight-seeing, ski-ing on slopes, swimming with dolphins and playing XBOX games.
The Lenovo Explorer can be controlled using the following devices:
- Motion Controller
- Xbox Controller
- Keyboard and Mouse
- Cortana Voice
Lenovo Explorer specs:
2 x 2.89-inch LCD display with 2x 1440×1440 resolution
FOV 110-degree lens
2 Motion Tracking Camera sensor
P-Sensor, Gyroscope, Accelerometer, Magnetometer
Connectors: Video Connector, USB 3.0
Dimensions: 185.1mm x 94.8mm x 102.1mm
Cable Length: 4M
OS: Windows 10 – Fall Creator’s Update
The pricing for the Lenovo Explorer with Motion Controllers is expected tp be at USD449 (Php22,950+)* while the Explorer without Motion Controllers is priced at USD349 (Php17,850+)*.
It will be also available globally in the coming weeks.
*prices might subject to change as these were based on today’s exchange rates.
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