Earlier this week Hewlett-Packard unveiled their next-generation virtual reality headset in the form of the Windows Mixed Reality hardware the HP Reverb. Equipped with a higher resolution offering 2160 x 2160 pixels per eye, offering a combined resolution of 4320 x 2160 pixels and 114-degree field of view. The new HP high-resolution virtual reality headset is now lighter and more comfortable to wear And is equipped with a set of motion controllers and come supplied with a DisplayPort to mini DisplayPort adapter.
Priced at $599 the HP Reverb VR headset will be available next month and a Pro Edition will be launching during June 2019 and one including washable fabric face cushion and 2 foot cable to connect to your PC. “More streamlined and more wearable, giving you deeper immersion and a natural viewing experience. Every time.”
– Adjustable and removeable headphones with built-in spatial audio.
– Dual mics with smart assistant for convenient communication while collaborating.
– Integrated Bluetooth means seamless syncing and superb controller tracking.
“From high-risk safety simulations and maintenance procedures to soft skills like public speaking, VR enables 7X more retention than traditional lecture-style learning. From design concept to the showroom, create and manage workflows with better collaboration, reviews and experiences. Tackle the complex challenges of surgery and help clients visualize your plan with a new level of clarity in VR.”
For more details ahead of the launch jump over to the official Hewlett-Packard website by following the link below.
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