Great review Tom's on the ASUS WMR HMD, I like the new FOV Tool. I really wanted the Asus HMD when it launched, but equally dissappointed that it did not have more Samsung like features for the price level. I am currently a Lenovo Explorer (got for $200+tax during April sale) & prior Oculus Rift owner.
After this review, I am curious about 2 things:
1.) Controller tracking seems on par now with the Rift IMO from the 3D frontal plane of the HMD cameras. I do wonder if Asus camera locations might have better fiew arcs than the Lenovo, as the Lenovo cameras are sunk in a little on the protruding camera bar.
2.) I agree in the review a comparison needs to be made with the lenses. The Lenovo lens viewing "sweet-spot" is a bit smaller compared to the RIFT, but from your image of the Asus blur section the "sweet-spot" does seem to be larger.
In Conclusion, I hope MS & Steam sticks to its word at continuing to support the WMR platform and it is encouraging to see WMR HMD numbers starting to increase on Steam charts. I also hope more tech publishers like Tom's keeps on breathing more life in the platform as well. Thanks again.
Short PC Specs: i5-6600K (oC'd to 4.5 Ghz, GTX 1070, 16GB's Ram)