Microsoft disclosed a range of new items at an occasion held in New York on October 26. This incorporates their new workstation the Surface Studio, the redesigned Surface Book laptop and a noteworthy Windows 10 upgrade that is planned to release next year.
In addition to this, the organization additionally presented another line of virtual reality headsets that are intended to work in tunes with Windows 10‘s VR and holographic capacities.
‘We’re partnering with top PC makers to build a range of innovative VR headsets starting at $299. Coming in 2017. #MicrosoftEvent,’ Windows tweeted on its official Twitter account.
— Windows (@Windows) 26 October 2016
The headset – which begins at a cost of $299 approximately Rs 20,000 – will incorporate a back to front tracking sensor which will eliminate of the requirement for any cameras or laser following systems. Very little data was given about the headsets. Be that as it may, as indicated by a report distributed by PCGamer, the headsets seem to utilize a comparable innovation to Oculus’ Santa Cruz prototype.
‘Unlike every other virtual reality headset in the market today, there will be zero need for a separate room and complicated setup. While the less immersive VR accessories today cost more than $500, or require a new expensive device, these accessories will start at just $299 and work with affordable laptops and PC,’ said Terry Meyers, the firm’s EVP of the Windows and Devices group.
Microsoft’s new VR headsets are expected to be available in the market in the spring of 2017. Microsoft says you won’t require a different space for VR, and obviously the big talking here is the cost. Any semblance of the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift cost $800 and $600, so Microsoft’s headsets will cost half to such an extent. These seem like they’ll be a great deal more purchaser friendly than the $3,000 Microsoft Hololens blended reality headset.