Lenovo Mirage Solo, Mirage Camera, YI Horizon VR180 to give you Daydream experience and capture memories in VR

Lenovo first announced that it was working on a standalone Daydream VR headset product way back in May 2017, but the company surprises everyone by announcing the Explorer Windows Mixed Reality headset at IFA 2017. This was to be designed as a natural extension of your PC that would be compatible with mixed reality laptops and desktops.

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Oculus partner with Xiaomi and Qualcomm for Oculus Go and Mi VR Standalone VR headsets

Oculus first introduced its standalone VR headset called Oculus Go at Oculus Connect in October 2017 for $199. During CES 2018, Oculus has officially taken the wraps off the Oculus Go and also revealed Xiaomi is the hardware partner for the newly launched VR headset.

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HTC Vive Pro Virtual Reality system unveiled with Vive Wireless Adaptor

The HTC Vive is one of the best standalone VR headset’ in the world right now, and it was developed by HTC in collaboration with Valve. Now, a couple of years later, the company has introduced the VIVE Pro, its next-gen virtual reality head-mounted display (HMD) at CES 2018.

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Say hello to Google Daydream View VR headset

Google has announced its updated Daydream View VR headset with a dedicated slot to store its controller. The new Daydream View made with a premium two-toned soft and lightweight fabric that makes it easy-to-wear. There’s also a removable top strap for maximum comfort.

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ASUS ZenBook Flip 14, Flip 15 and Windows Mixed Reality Headset announced at IFA 2017

It’s ASUS’s habit that it will launch bulk amount of products at trade shows and IFA 2017 is no exception for that, and it’s indeed a good thing to see a variety of products from ASUS, which will serve much more tailored experience to its customers.

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Xiaomi Mi VR Play headset debuts in India at affordable price

Just like many other smartphone makers, Xiaomi had come up with its own version of VR headset called “Mi VR Play” earlier this year. The VR headset was originally launched back in China in August, which now debuts in India with affordable price tag. It has been priced at INR 999 (~ USD 15), which isn’t a bad investment for your first VR experience.

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