Lenovo G0A20001WW Explorer Mixed Reality Headset

March 4, 2019 - Comment

Lenovo Explorer Mixed Reality Headset; 2880 x 1440 (dual 1440 x 1440) resolution; 60-90MHz refresh rate; Windows 10 OS; Nvidia GTX 960/1050, AMD Radeon RX 460, DX 12 capable GPU; Bluetooth 4; USB 3.0, HDMI 4.1, HDMI 2.0; Headset, 2 Motion Controllers, Cable, Manual; Headphone Jack; 1 year limited warranty Product Features MIXED REALITY HEADSET:

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(as of April 20, 2020 1:08 am GMT-0400 - Details)

Lenovo Explorer Mixed Reality Headset; 2880 x 1440 (dual 1440 x 1440) resolution; 60-90MHz refresh rate; Windows 10 OS; Nvidia GTX 960/1050, AMD Radeon RX 460, DX 12 capable GPU; Bluetooth 4; USB 3.0, HDMI 4.1, HDMI 2.0; Headset, 2 Motion Controllers, Cable, Manual; Headphone Jack; 1 year limited warranty

Product Features

  • MIXED REALITY HEADSET: Taking just minutes to set-up, the Lenovo Explorer headset combines the thrill of VR with a phenomenal sense of presence; tour top travel destinations, be the hero in the most exciting games, plus more all from the comfort of your own home
  • Display resolution : 2880 x 1440.COMFORTABLE DESIGN: Journey far and wide in real comfort with this adjustable virtual reality headset; at less than one pound, it’s light and perfectly balanced so you’ll hardly notice you’re wearing it
  • MULTI-DEVICE INTERACTION: Lenovo Explorer gives your four ways to interact with your virtual world: use the Lenovo motion controllers, your keyboard and mouse, Xbox controllers or Cortana digital assistant for new ways to work, play and explore
  • MOTION CONTROLLERS: Automatically tracked by the headset’s sensors, these hand-held, lightweight vr controllers give you greater freedom to explore new worlds like never before
  • BOX INCLUDES: Lenovo Explorer Headset for Windows Mixed Reality, cable, motion controllers, battery, quick start guide and warranty

Comments

Anonymous says:

Overall I am very satisfied with this purchase I am an owner of Lenovo Explorer for just about one week. Before that I used HTC VIVE and Samsung Gear VR. Overall I am very satisfied with this purchase. Pros and Cons:Pros:-extremely easy setup. No external cameras/sensors/lighthouses-great head tracking-better resolution and smaller Screen Door Effect than VIVE-compatible with all 3 VR ecosystems (Steam VR, Oculus VR, Microsoft MR)-good Field of View (I think it is even better than VIVE but I did not…

Anonymous says:

Very good VR at a good price, solid build quality This is my first experience with virtual reality, and I couldn’t be happier. Yes, I wish the driver and headset allowed for more adjustment in IPD, but I have found a setting that seems to work for me. I find that I have to find the exact orientation for the lenses to resolve properly, but once I have that the experience is comfortable. I am still getting used to the headset, and find that my eyes get tired of the visor after an hour or two, but I also feel I can go much longer without a…

Anonymous says:

Really doesn’t feel gimped at all. I was a little skeptical about the experience these would provide, but pleasantly surprised.All I needed was a bluetooth adapter and some cord extenders. Things for the most part after that were up and running minutes after I plugged it in. It took me a minute to figure out that I had to download the microsoft steam VR app from the steam store in order to get that to work, but after that I got into steam quickly. Steam games work extremely well. Maybe with a Vive they would work…

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