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Lenovo VR Headset Specs & Price; Cheaper Alternative To HTC Vive and Oculus Rift

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Even the VR haters would eventually find themselves stuck in the virtual world someday. And as the VR industry gets bigger and more advanced, it won?t be long before everyone jumps into the VR hype train. Fortunately, the company Lenovo is working on an inexpensive virtual headset called, the Lenovo VR headset.

Excluding the cheap Sony PSVR, virtual reality headsets are undoubtedly expensive. Compared to other VR headsets for Windows such as the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, Lenovo?s VR headset comes in cheaper.

Lenovo VR Headset Price & Release Date

Unfortunately, the release date for the promising Virtual Reality headset is still yet to be announced. While there are no exact release dates, the website Engadget hinted that it will be ?later this year.? In addition, Lenovo has stated that the device will cost less than $400 which is far cheaper than the Rift and the Vive.

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Given the circumstances, Virtual Reality would be more accessible to a lot of people. Thanks to its lower price, Virtual Reality games might have the proper attention. Because let?s face it, most of the gamers at the present time would prefer High-End gaming monitors than the Virtual Reality headset.

What Does The $400 Lenovo VR Headset Give You?

People might be wondering what exactly will they get for the money. The $400 package will provide a headset that manages to do room-scale VR. The current Virtual Reality headsets such as the HTC Vive weigh around 550 grams. The website?Engadget?has already uploaded some images of the said device which can be found below.

Lenovo VR Headset

Related:?HTC Vive 2 VR Headset Coming At CES 2017

Most of the headset?s weight is hanging off the user?s face. Lenovo?s VR headset, on the other hand, is a little different. The overall weight of the headset is definitely lighter than the Vive which is somewhere around 350 grams. In addition, the headset is mainly designed to rest on the user?s forehead, not on the bridge of the nose.

Furthermore, there will be a couple of 1,400 x 1,400 OLED screens. In addition, there are a couple of cameras embedded in the front of the user. These cameras would allow Lenovo to give room-scale virtual experiences without the need of setting up a Vive-style light post for tracking.

Also Read: PlayStation VR PS4 Games List: Compatible Games To Come Out In PlayStation Plus January 2017 Free Games Announcement

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