Samsung Hmd Odyssey Windows Mixed Reality Headset with 2 Wireless Controllers (XE800ZAA-HC1US)

January 3, 2019 - Comment

Samsung Hmd Odyssey Windows Mixed Reality Headset with 2 Wireless Controllers (XE800ZAA-HC1US) Product Features Premium built-in AKG headphones won’t shake loose during gameplay. With rich 360-degree spatial sound, you can hear when someone’s sneaking up on you and detect clues about what’s around you. Any mixed reality badge headset is compatible. Any of the windows

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Samsung Hmd Odyssey Windows Mixed Reality Headset with 2 Wireless Controllers (XE800ZAA-HC1US)

Product Features

  • Premium built-in AKG headphones won’t shake loose during gameplay. With rich 360-degree spatial sound, you can hear when someone’s sneaking up on you and detect clues about what’s around you.
  • Any mixed reality badge headset is compatible. Any of the windows mixed realitybadged motion controllers are compatible. PC- compatible gamepad or mouse/ keyboard will work too.The only mixed reality headset to Feature an integrated microphone array. Built directly into the headset, the array reduces noise so you can communicate clearly and interact with Cortana.
  • Imagine the Thrill of VR combined with a phenomenal sense of presence. With Windows mixed reality, you can Escape to a world of immersive, exhilarating experiences.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Best of the WMR headsets First off make sure you know the minimum requirements for Windows Mixed Reality, although WMR headset makers could post the requirements, like Bluetooth 4.0 and USB 3.0 required. Or people need to just run the Windows Mixed Realty PC Check app in the Windows store to make sure they meet requirements. I do feel it’s wrong that some will give this or any VR headset a 1 or 2 stars because their system doesn’t meet the requirements.UPDATE: Just to add, I mainly use the Odyssey for Elite Dangerous and for that the wireless controllers are not needed. Headset tracking alone works great.I’ve used Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive. I had previously bought the Lenovo Explorer, but returned it because Samsung HMD Odyssey has a physical IPD adjustment and built-in headphones. I think the best VR headset would have the Oculus Rift’s touch controllers, the HTC Vive’s tracking and the easy setup of WMR headsets.Tracking:True the Rift and Vive have a little bit…

Anonymous says:

Great for sim racing! I have tried Oculus Rift, Pimax and now this. For simulator racing this is the new headset for me. I have been using Oculus for around 6 months now and wanted something with less screen door effect. The Pimax was my first choice since it was 4k. I waited months for that to arrive and was over it in 10 min. The ghost effect with the Pimax is horrid. It’s beyond usable at all and would make me so sick. Of course it’s a lot clearer in one small area. It also doesn’t have a very large sweet spot at all. The Oculus Rift has a huge screen door effect. That is minimized to some degree with super sampling. Also the contrast is somewhat dull. When I heard the new HTC Vive Pro was using the Samsung monitors I had to read more about this HMD headset. From everything I read and heard this was a good headset with not much to do for setup. My son has also been going crazy lately over virtual reality games and I thought this would be worth a try to maybe place on the simulator rig…

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