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Xiaomi Mi VR Standalone Virtual Reality Headset With 72Hz Display Launched

Xiaomi Mi VR Standalone virtual reality headset was released on Thursday at Xiaomi’s yearly launch event in Shenzhen, Asia. The event additionally saw the launch regarding the Mi 8, the Mi 8 Explorer Edition, Mi 8 SE, Mi Band 3, and MIUI 10 os. The Mi VR Standalone headset ended up being built in collaboration with Facebook-owned Oculus, and it is the next phase within the Chinese organization’s cooperation with Oculus after it made the Oculus Go headset because of it. The Mi VR Standalone headset was priced beginning CNY 1,499 (around Rs. 15,800) the 32GB inbuilt storage space version, and it’s also already up for pre-orders in the united kingdom.

The Xiaomi Mi VR Standalone headset is running on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 SoC coupled with 3GB of RAM, and features a 2560×1440 pixels display Quick Switch Liquid Crystal Display that supports 60Hz and 72Hz refresh prices – the bigger refresh rates help reduce latency, the business included. It features a specially-modulated diffractive optical system, with Fresnel contacts designed by Oculus. It bears 32GB or 64GB of inbuilt storage space. Sensors on-board consist of a distance sensor and inertial sensor. The headset support 3DoF (quantities of freedom) and features a neck displacement option.

Xiaomi claims the headset was made for ‘Asians’, and says it will probably fit comfortably on faces. It weighs in at 425 grms without straps. Xiaomi is touting the availability of over 100 games via the Oculus store. Finally, the organization adds that Mi VR Standalone headset has integral panoramic near-field earphones capable of delivering 360-degree surround sound.

The Mi VR Standalone headset additionally holds Wi-Fi 802.11ac connection, and is recharged by a Micro-USB (v2.0) port. It boats with a motion-sensitive operator, weighing 40 grams, and bears an inertial sensor apart from promoting 3DoF. It offers a house secret, straight back crucial, touch panel, and trigger key.

Posted at Thu, 31 May 2018 13:29:10 +0000