Mixed Reality which is the next big thing will be replacing your Smartphone and PC. Windows users will be having a chance to decide since there will be lot of affordable 3rd party Windows Mixed Reality Headsets which are expected to hit the market over the next year which will be powered by Windows 10 Creators update.
Lenovo is one such company which unveiled their headset at the CES. The device is lighter than most at 350g. It features tow OLED display panels which deliver higher resolution to each eye and offers 6 degree inside out tracking meaning users are fully tracked in space without any external tracking device.
The device also features two front camera which enable augmented reality applications without direct external vision. The headset is compatible with Windows Holographic peripherals and will also work with Windows Store apps and HoloLens Software.
Mike Abary, VP of Lenovo’s North America consumer business has revealed that the device will be hitting the market in time the school season starts meaning the device will be launching at the end of summer or mid August this year.
The VP also confirmed that the headset will be priced at $499 which is a great price for such a highly specified device.