Dell Enters VR Arena With 'Visor' HMD

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alextheblue

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I'd pay a few extra bucks for the Dell variant if it's more comfortable. We need a comfort-testing review with all the new entry-level headsets! Since they have the same specs (for the first gen at least), the only substantial differences appear to be comfort-related.
 
Nice!
Higher res than the rift and the other features seem to hit all the right notes...
The only thing left to be desired is a wireless connection to the PC.

My next HMD purchase won't happen until we get 4k, wireless and a larger FOV.
(Like StarVR without the wires.)
 

bit_user

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I think the real point of this isn't to build a better or cheaper HMD, but for Dell to have their own to bundle with their systems. It gives them more branding opportunities and slightly better margins. The underlying hardware might be just a reference design from MS.
 

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I'm anxious to see specs on this. To me, the current leaders in MR are still Rockwell Collins Coalescence at the ultra high end (military grade) and VRVANA Totem at the medium/high end. HTC Vive with it's front facing camera is very, very underrated for it's price/performance.
 
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