Virtual Reality is popular these days thanks to the devices such as Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and PlayStation VR. Both Virtual Reality and Mixed Reality are two different technologies, Mixed Reality whisks the real world with the virtual world whereas Virtual Reality is the digitally created environment.
Microsoft has created the Mixed Reality and the company calls it as Windows Mixed Reality. The Redmond-giant has partnered with PC giants to launch the new Windows 10 powered Mixed Reality headsets.
At IFA 2017, Microsoft and the OEMs focused on the Windows Mixed Reality and Dell later launched the Visor, the company’s first Windows Mixed Reality headset. It looks you can get your hands on the new Visor sooner than expected.
Dell is now taking pre-orders for the Visor, you can pre-order the device for $349.99. The Visor has 1440 x 1440 resolution per eye and a 90 Hz refresh rate. Dell claims that you’ll experience 360-degree experience. If you buy the Motion Controllers along with the Visor, the bundle will cost you $449.98 and you can pre-order it on Dell’s official website.