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Asus HC102

Asus HC102
  • Field of View

    95°

  • Resolution

    1440 × 1440 px (per eye)

  • Refresh Rate

    90 Hz

  • Weight

    400 g

Description
The Asus HC102 is a PC-powered virtual reality headset that delivers immersive VR experiences with a 95° field of view and 1440 × 1440 pixel resolution, making it an ideal choice for the latest games and 360 videos. Asus HC102 is powered by Microsoft Windows 10 and features 360-degree tracking, a 90 Hz refresh rate and four built in sensors for precise motion tracking. It comes with two 3.64" 1920 × 1080 pixels OLED displays to provide the best picture quality in its class. Asus HC102 has been approved by Oculus Rift as an Oculus Ready device, meaning you can jump straight into VR without the need for additional hardware.
Specification
Sizing
Weight
400 g
Other
Front Camera?
YES
Positional Tracking?
YES
360 Tracking?
YES
HDMI?
YES
USB?
YES
Usable with Glasses?
YES
Room Scale?
YES
Display
Refresh Rate
90 Hz
Display Type
LCD
Resolution
1440 × 1440 px (per eye)
Field of View
95°
Minimum Requirements
Min. RAM Required
8 GB
Min. CPU Required
Intel Core i5 4590
Overview
Category
PC VR
Model Name
HC102
Country of Origin
Taiwan
Brand
Asus
Release Date
2018
Reviews of the Asus HC102
Rated 3.5 / 5 from 3 Reviews
Asus Windows Mixed Reality Headset review: The best WMR headset?
pocket-lint.com
  • - 3.5
The Asus Windows Mixed Reality headset is an interesting device for those considering their Mixed Reality headset options. In reality, it's the design that makes the difference on these devices, as the foundations mostly depend on the Windows Mixed Reality platform - which is continuing to improve, but is one and the same in each device. However, the price tag might be off-putting when weighing up the other options on the market.
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Asus Windows Mixed Reality Headset Review: Nice, But High-Priced
tomshardware.com
  • - 3.5
We have mixed feelings about the Asus Windows Mixed Reality headset. On one hand, it shares many features and components with the cheapest Windows MR headsets on the market, which suggests it should be about $130 less expensive. But on the other hand, it features cushions that we wish our more-pricey Vive Pro included.
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Asus Windows Mixed Reality Headset finally arrives for $429
cnet.com
Like the other WMR headsets (the name is meant to encompass augmented and virtual reality and anything in between), Asus' headset uses a pair of front-mounted cameras and a set of built-in sensors to map your physical position. Called inside-out tracking, the design allows for six-degrees-of-freedom (6DoF) movement tracking without the need to buy external sensors and set them up in a dedicated space. They're made to be plug-and-play for the most part, too, so you can be up and running in minutes just about anywhere.
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