Dell – Visor Virtual Reality Headset and Controllers for Compatible ...

February 22, 2020 - Comment

Key SpecsDevice Type: ComputingSensors: Accelerometer Sensor, Geomagnetic Sensor, Gyro SensorMovement Tracking: YesWireless: YesWireless Connectivity: BluetoothControl Type: Wireless remote control FeaturesIntegrated Speaker(s): NoAdjustable Headband: YesIntegrated Microphone: NoVolume Keys: NoBack Button: YesCover Type: OpaqueInteractive Buttons: YesWater ResistantInfo: NoHands Free Operation: No DisplayDisplay Type: LCDField of View: 110 degreesFocus Adjustment Wheel: YesInterpupillary Distance Adjustment: No CompatibilityConnector Ports Required:

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Key Specs
Device Type: Computing
Sensors: Accelerometer Sensor, Geomagnetic Sensor, Gyro Sensor
Movement Tracking: Yes
Wireless: Yes
Wireless Connectivity: Bluetooth
Control Type: Wireless remote control

Integrated Speaker(s): No
Adjustable Headband: Yes
Integrated Microphone: No
Volume Keys: No
Back Button: Yes
Cover Type: Opaque
Interactive Buttons: Yes
Water ResistantInfo: No
Hands Free Operation: No

Display Type: LCD
Field of View: 110 degrees
Focus Adjustment Wheel: Yes
Interpupillary Distance Adjustment: No

Connector Ports Required: HDMI 2.0; USB 3.0
Minimum System Memory Required: 8 gigabytes
Headphone Jack: Yes
Compatible Devices: PC with VR/MR-ready hardware

Included Software: IPD
Remote Control Included: Yes
Number Of Controllers Included: 2
Motion Tracking Sensors Included: Yes
Number Of Batteries Included: 4
Controller(s): Yes

Rechargeable: No
Battery Type: AA
Auto Power-Off: No
Removable Battery: Yes
Battery SizeInfo: AA
Number Of Batteries Required: 4

Product Height: 4.7 inches
Product Width: 6.71 inches
Product Depth: 5.43 inches
Product Weight: 12 ounces

Manufacturer’s Warranty – Parts: 1 Year
Manufacturer’s Warranty – Labor: 1 Year

Color: White
Color Category: Multi
Model Number: VRP100


Product Features

  • Display Size: 2.89″ x 2 LCD Display
  • Must be connected by a cable to a PC running Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.
  • Features an HDMI 2.0 video output, USB 3.0, and 3.5mm audio jack.
  • Display Native Resolution: 1440 x 1440 per eye (706 ppi); Field of View: 110 degree; Refresh Rate: 90 Hz
  • Tracking Sensors: Gyroscope, Accelerometer & Magnetometer; Two Motion Controllers Included


Anonymous says:

If you’re using it with steam, please stop being dumb and download “Mixed Reality for SteamVR” in the steam store (it’s free) Middle class man’s VR. Great for VRChat. Blew my expectations away.The display is noticeably better than the oculus/vive. There’s still room for improvement, but there’s way less of a screendoor effect, and I haven’t had any trouble reading stuff even when wearing glasses. The material on the dell one is my preference. There’s no pinching on my nose, and the hinge for flipping it up has been sturdy without any issues in the 50 hours I’ve played with it in VRChat yet (about 75 hours…

Anonymous says:

Game Changing This headset is incredible. I had tried the Oculus with touch controllers a while back, but the price was always a barrier to entry and I don’t have room for a full set up in my apartment. In comes Windows Mixed Reality. Wow, what a home-run.First, I’ll get the only two cons I have about this headset out of the way:1) It is a bit heavy and can slide down a little and affect visuals.2) The controllers do lose tracking from time to time when they leave your…

Anonymous says:

The best value in VR, bar none. I have been waiting for literally years for the prices of the Oculus and the Vive to drop, and when Microsoft announced their Mixed Reality platform (which right now is VR, don’t let the name throw you off) I was pretty skeptical. I’ve used Google’s Daydream before and while it’s fun, the inside out tracking of the smartphone was iffy for long periods of time, so I was hesitant for this inside out tracking. It does have it’s moments, yes, if, say, your arm happens to cover the controller…

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