Previously, we’ve shared the news about HTC Vive’s upcoming Vive Pro. Vive Pro is the more optimized and satisfying version of HTC Vive and aims to bring us a better VR experience.
Following that, Google now announced a new standalone wireless VR Headset named as Mirage Solo. Mirage Solo was built in conjunction with Lenovo. Before that, Google had Daydream View, yet it required a mobile phone in order to function. Mirage Solo is totally standalone and wireless, like it says.
Mirage Solo offers 110-degree field of view 4GB of RAM and a Qualcomm mobile processor. It also offers a 1440p screen and 64GB of internal storage along with improved head-tracking capability.
Mirage Solo will be out in Sipring 2018. For more detailed news about the upcoming VR device, you can visit here.