Dell Visor is a comfy Microsoft-compatible VR headset
Dell's Visor is one of several Windows compatible VR head sets Microsoft said we could expect this year from its partners.
The head set features exterior cameras for inside out tracking, so there's no need to set up desk or wall mounted sensors for tracking where you are in space.
Inside the head set, are 1440 by 1440 resolution LCDs Providing the 360 degree panoramic experience.Padding on the head and face, given a comfortable fit even if you wear glasses and it's been balanced to take the pressure off your nose and cheeks.
A clip keeps cables routed to the bank of the head and so you can freely battle your enemies with the help of Dell's $99 controllers.
And when you're ready to return to reality, just flip up the visor.
Look for the Dell Visor for about $360.
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