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Lenovo at the IFA 2017 announced several new products out of which the most important was the announcement of the company’s new Windows Mixed Reality headset. The Headset known as the “Lenovo Explorer” will be available  in the Market as early as October 2017.

The company says that the headset is priced at $349.99 without a Touch Controller and if you like to buy it with a Touch Controller then the headset is priced at $449.99. The Lenovo Explorer is expected to give users the access to their favorite programs in a virtual environment.

Users having an Lenovo PC and the Lenovo Explorer headset will get an additional access of 100 VR upscaled games via the Lenovo entertainment Hub. Below are some of the specs of the Lenovo Explorer:

Weight and Dimensions: 185mm x 94.8mm x 102mm / 380g – Display: 2x 1440×1440
Camera: 2x 6DOF Tracking Camera – I/O: HMDI 2.0 | USB 2.0 – Controller: Motion Controller, 6DOF Controller, Keyboard and Mouse – Min PC Specs: Intel Core i5 Processor, Intel HD Graphics, running Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.

The Lenovo Explorer will also support all the existing apps and users will have no issues in using the Headset with the existing apps like playing video games, replying to emails etc. The Lenovo Explorer works with a new 7th Gen Intel Core i5 PC without a graphics card.


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