Dell – Visor Virtual Reality Headset and Controllers for Compatible Windows PCs

March 2, 2019 - Comment

Device Type:Computing Sensors:Accelerometer Sensor, Geomagnetic Sensor, Gyro Sensor Movement Tracking:Yes Control Type:Wireless remote control Adjustable Headband:Yes Display Type:LCD Field of View:110 degrees 360 Degree View:Yes Connector Ports Required:HDMI 2.0; USB 3.0 Headphone Jack:Yes Compatible Devices:PC with VR/MR-ready hardware Number Of Controllers Included:2 Number Of Batteries Included:4 Battery Size:AA Number Of Batteries Required:4 Product Features Compatible

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Device Type:Computing

Sensors:Accelerometer Sensor, Geomagnetic Sensor, Gyro Sensor

Movement Tracking:Yes

Control Type:Wireless remote control

Adjustable Headband:Yes

Display Type:LCD

Field of View:110 degrees

360 Degree View:Yes

Connector Ports Required:HDMI 2.0; USB 3.0

Headphone Jack:Yes

Compatible Devices:PC with VR/MR-ready hardware

Number Of Controllers Included:2

Number Of Batteries Included:4

Battery Size:AA

Number Of Batteries Required:4

Product Features

  • Compatible OS : Must be connected by a cable to a PC running Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. Inside-out cameras : Eliminate the need for external cameras and setup.
  • Required connectors : Features an HDMI 2.0 video output, USB 3.0, and 3.5mm audio jack.Easy to wear and take off flip-up visor : Enables convenient transition from the virtual to the real world.
  • Weight-balanced, cushioned headband : Takes the pressure off your nose and cheeks and offers comfort for long-lasting VR sessions.
  • Wireless controllers: Dell Visor Controllers allow smooth movement in VR and provide haptic feedback for a more immersive experience. Features Bluetooth interface for an easy setup.
  • Bend VR to your will :Includes a thumb stick, touchpad, trigger button, grab button, windows button, menu button, pairing button.

Comments

Anonymous says:

If you’re using it with steam, please stop being dumb and download “Mixed Reality for SteamVR” in the steam store (it’s free) Middle class man’s VR. Great for VRChat. Blew my expectations away.The display is noticeably better than the oculus/vive. There’s still room for improvement, but there’s way less of a screendoor effect, and I haven’t had any trouble reading stuff even when wearing glasses. The material on the dell one is my preference. There’s no pinching on my nose, and the hinge for flipping it up has been sturdy without any issues in the 50 hours I’ve played with it in VRChat yet (about 75 hours…

Anonymous says:

Game Changing This headset is incredible. I had tried the Oculus with touch controllers a while back, but the price was always a barrier to entry and I don’t have room for a full set up in my apartment. In comes Windows Mixed Reality. Wow, what a home-run.First, I’ll get the only two cons I have about this headset out of the way:1) It is a bit heavy and can slide down a little and affect visuals.2) The controllers do lose tracking from time to time when they leave your…

Anonymous says:

Great resolution and very comfy. I’ve used both the Vive and the Rift.This performs either the same or better assuming you’re in a well lit room.Setup is super easy and it works with SteamVR.I’d recommend grabbing some rechargeable batteries though. The Controllers take normal AA batteries.

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