VR took off from its runway in 2016 and things will clearly skim further in 2017. Obviously, the circumstances are not all that good as accessible VR equipment is massive and costs a considerable measure of cash in the event that you need some kind of tolerable experience.
Lenovo wants to transform everything with its recently declared headset.
Costing under $400 when released not long from now, Lenovo’s headset will weigh only 350g, making it a great degree lighter when contrasted with HTC Vive at 550g. The framework has been carried out in a manner that the headset stays comfortable for a long period of time. That is not all however, the headset packs two OLED displays with a resolution of 1440 x 1440 each. The intriguing thing is that these boards pack a greater number of pixels than the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, which obviously implies clients will have the capacity to get a more immersive experience.
At the time of composing, Lenovo’s headset is in model stages, and a great deal of work needs to go into it before it really begins dispatching not long from now. For example, there are no controllers for the headset and will depend on other ones that are made by Windows Holographic specification.
Not at all like the HTC Vive which depends on tracking movement utilizing outer cameras, Lenovo’s headset packs worked in cameras for tracking. This implies it eliminates mass by an immense edge. There are just two links coming out of the headset that interface straight to your PC to empower the VR experience.
Since the headset is perfect with the Windows Holographic platform, hence it will have the capacity to drive Windows Store applications in a theater-like environment effortlessly. The organization will have more redesigns to run with their headset as time proceeds onward. On the off chance that you were wanting to get yourself an affordable VR headset for your desktop then you ought to observe what Lenovo has to offer.