VR is a gigantic arrangement this year at CES, and Lenovo is getting in on the scene from different points. The most energizing and shocking of the group is the news that Lenovo is building up a self-marked VR headset. That works for the Windows Holographic stage.
On the substance of it, this names headset appears to have a great deal pulling out all the stops. It's lighter than any semblance of the HTC Vive or Oculus Rift, has a couple of high-determination 1400x1400 presentations and is focusing on a lower cost than either headset. Fixing with a handle for a cozy fit — the face veil divide then turns down from the brow part of the VR headset. Which means it doesn't put superfluous weight on your cheeks or nose.
The Lenovo VR headset likewise has favorable position over the HTC Vive regarding setup. Since it utilizes a couple of front-mounted cameras to get profundity data. As opposed to depending on the Vive's light towers for situating. The Lenovo headset likewise has only two links running off of it. Instead of the more massive tangle of links from the opposition. On the opposite side of the coin Lenovo isn't making its own particular controllers to go nearby the VR headset. Which means at this moment you're running with a Xbox One controller or other future controllers intended to the Windows Holographic spec.
Be that as it may, at last, Lenovo has one major differentiator. It says it's focusing on a cost under $400 for the full-included headset. Which would make it significantly more achievable than the present harvest of VR frill. We don't have any firm evaluating data or know when Lenovo even plans to make an official declaration. On the headset as a legitimate buyer prepared item.