After HP announced its new virtual reality (VR) headset, the Reverb G2 in May, pre-orders began to roll out via selected partners. Whose in the UK can now order the device through System with its website also detailing the launch date for the first time.
UK clients can now pre-request the HP Reverb G2 for £525 GBP which incorporates VAT while conveyance is charged at a ‘level rate’. It’s the conveyance date which is generally remarkable, posting fifteenth September 2020. So far it’s the main site VRFocus has found with a real day instead of simply an expansive dispatch window.
While destinations do frequently have place holder dates until an official declaration is made, strangely SystemActive likewise has a commencement clock to commute home to what extent clients should pause.
The HP Reverb G2 is one of the most encouraging VR headsets to dispatch this year – and surely the most energizing Windows Mixed Reality gadgets – on account of its determinations. Worked in a joint effort with Microsoft and Valve, the headset will offer 2160 x 2160 for every eye goal – essentially higher than Valve Index’s 1600 x 1440 – as well as off-ear speakers to give spatial sound.
Just like the rest of the Windows Mixed reality ecosystem the HP ReverbG2 will support inside-out tracking thanks to four cameras, making it easy to setup. It’ll also include manual interpupillary distance (IPD) adjustment to ensure compatibility with most users eyes, plus the controllers have been redesigned to be more ergonomic.
Importantly, HP is pushing the headset to both regular consumers and businesses alike, looking to take on the likes of Oculus Rift S and Valve Index in the PCVR arena. This could make the HP Reverb G2 the most desirable Windows Mixed Reality headset to date, as HP is one of the few original companies still invested in the ecosystem.
HP has continually stated the worldwide launch would take place in Fall 2020, with September almost a given. For further updates on the HP ReverbG2, keep reading VRFocus.