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Headset VR Standalone Lenovo Mirage Solo With DayDream Debut At CES 2018

Finally, Lenovo also introduced its first Daydream VR standalone headset in the world through its participation in the new CES 2018 held.
 
Known as Mirage Solo with Daydream, this standalone headset has all the processing hardware and batteries integrated in it, so users no longer have to worry about installing to a smartphone or connecting to a PC with an HDMI cable and power cable.
 
Support VR platform-powered Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 to make the headset like a smart phone thanks to the pair of 4GB of RAM. The existence of 5.5-inch display panel placed inside the headset gives each eye of the existing window capable of presenting the display resolution of 1280 × 1440 pixels to the virtual world. This standalone unit has onboard 64GB storage, which can be expanded further by using the included microSD slot (up to 256GB). In addition to tracking exit / entry position using WorldSense technology, the headset can also operate up to 7 (seven) hours duration.
  
Complementing Mirage Solo, Lenovo also features a wireless daydream controller equipped with trackpad buttons, clickable apps and Home, and a volume rocker. Not only that, the controller can also serve as an object that can be controlled in the game (Lenovo gives an example of its use as a baseball bat or steering wheel for racing games).
   Lenovo Mirage Solo with DayDream reportedly will be marketed below the $ 400 price
Finally, Lenovo also introduced its first Daydream VR standalone headset in the world through its participation in the new CES 2018 held.
 
Known as Mirage Solo with Daydream, this standalone headset has all the processing hardware and batteries integrated in it, so users no longer have to worry about installing to a smartphone or connecting to a PC with an HDMI cable and power cable.
 
Support VR platform-powered Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 to make the headset like a smart phone thanks to the pair of 4GB of RAM. The existence of 5.5-inch display panel placed inside the headset gives each eye of the existing window capable of presenting the display resolution of 1280 × 1440 pixels to the virtual world. This standalone unit has onboard 64GB storage, which can be expanded further by using the included microSD slot (up to 256GB). In addition to tracking exit / entry position using WorldSense technology, the headset can also operate up to 7 (seven) hours duration.
  
Complementing Mirage Solo, Lenovo also features a wireless daydream controller equipped with trackpad buttons, clickable apps and Home, and a volume rocker. Not only that, the controller can also serve as an object that can be controlled in the game (Lenovo gives an example of its use as a baseball bat or steering wheel for racing games).
   Lenovo Mirage Solo with DayDream reportedly will be marketed below the $ 400 price

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