Twitter FB
An error has occurred

An error has occurred

An error has occurred

ZeroLives.com serves cookies to personalize content, show advertisements and analyze traffic. Information about your use of this website may be shared with third parties.
More information OK

Lenovo reveals its own virtual reality headset at CES 2017

by
access_time
Wednesday, January 4th 2017 - 12:37 GMT
Lenovo reveals its own virtual reality headset at CES 2017
Source: Windows Central
Lenovo reveals its own virtual reality headset at CES 2017
Source: Windows Central
Lenovo reveals its own virtual reality headset at CES 2017
access_time
Wednesday, January 4th 2017 - 12:37 GMT
by


Lenovo has revealed a prototype of its own virtual reality headset at the Consumers Electronics Show 2017 in Las Vegas, USA. The headset features higher hardware specifications than its competitors.


The Lenovo virtual reality headset seems to feature a similar design to that of Sony's PlayStation VR headset and features two OLED screens with a resolution of 1440 by 1440 pixels.
Advertisement
No one likes ads. We know that. But ads help us pay the bills. sentiment_dissatisfied
Please whitelist us in your adblocker software so that we can continue to provide quality content.
The headset also features several cameras that can be used by software developers to create mixed-reality applications. The cameras are also used to track the player's position without requiring external tracking sensors.

The final retail version of the virtual reality headset is also said to weigh much less than its competitors at just 350 grams. In comparison, the HTC Vive weighs roughly 555 grams and the Oculus Rift weighs roughly 470 grams.

On the software side Lenovo is reportedly making use of Microsoft's Holographic platform, which is also used in Microsoft's HoloLens.

The headset is expected to go on sale later this year and is expected to carry a $300 USD price tag.
Read next:
Steam Hardware Survey: More than 50% of users on Windows 10
bubble_chart

Read more about

PC Virtual Reality
person

About the author

Raymond Bakker
Journalist and Software Developer at Moonlight Multimedia. He covers the latest video games news from indie to virtual reality and has been actively involved in the video games industry since the early 2000s.

Advertisement
No one likes ads. We know that. But ads help us pay the bills. sentiment_dissatisfied
Please whitelist us in your adblocker software so that we can continue to provide quality content.
mail
Weekly newsletter
close
ZeroLives.com
Get the official mobile app