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Fresh from CES 2017, Lenovo showcases their first VR headset, a prototype that works with the Microsoft Windows Holographic platform. Although it seems noticeably smaller than the other heavyweights in the VR industry, the unnamed Lenovo prototype seems to be about 350g.
The headset makes use of two 1440x1440 OLED panels for its display, putting it ahead of the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive in terms of resolution. It also uses its own internal tracking system, which doesn’t require an external camera to operate.
The Lenovo VR headset supposedly works with every Windows Store application available as well as the Hololens software that can be supported by the platform. Lenovo is aiming for a price point between $300 and $400, set to ship out later this year.
Source: The Verge