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Dell Visor

Dell Visor
  • Field of View

    110°

  • Resolution

    1440 × 1440 px (per eye)

  • Refresh Rate

    90 Hz

  • Weight

    590 g

Description
The Visor is a PC VR device that takes gaming, viewing, and interaction to the next level. With a 110° field of view and 1440 × 1440 resolution, you’ll enjoy crystal-clear visuals with lifelike immersion. All you need is an Intel Core i5 processor and an Nvidia GTX 965M or AMD RX 460 graphics card to hit the ground running. Whether you’re playing games in your own virtual home theater or taking 360° photos of your favorite sights, you can do anything with Visor. And since it’s got roomscale tracking for smooth movement and 90 Hz refresh rate for fluid visuals, everything will look and feel natural.
Specification
Sizing
Dimensions
210 × 170 × 270 mm
Weight
590 g
Other
Flip Visor?
YES
Positional Tracking?
YES
360 Tracking?
YES
Bluetooth?
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
110°
Minimum Requirements
Min. RAM Required
8 GB
Min. CPU Required
Intel Core i5
Min. Graphics Required
Nvidia GTX 965M/AMD RX 460
Overview
Category
PC VR
Model Name
Visor
Country of Origin
United States
Brand
Dell
Release Date
2017
Reviews of the Dell Visor
Rated 4.0 / 5 from 5 Reviews
A Windows Mixed Reality headset that will be hard to beat
pocket-lint.com
The Dell Visor is going to be a difficult Windows Mixed Reality experience to beat. It's cheaper than the not-as-well-made Lenovo Explorer, features design innovations such as a pop-up visor, while the comfortable counter-balanced fit ensures the highest comfort. Add in 90Hz playback and there's the potential for Oculus Rift-rivalling quality from a standard Windows 10 laptop or PC, without the heavyweight cost. The biggest issue with the Dell Visor? That Asus' HC102 headset looks rather impressive too.
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Dell Visor hands-on Review
trustedreviews.com
Given that all of the recently announced products are designed to do pretty much the same kind of thing, distinguishing each one is hard. Dell’s decided to go with comfort, to make the Visor stand out, stating that its headset is designed to be comfortable, even for glasses wearers.
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Dell Visor Windows MR Headset
techtrends.tech
All in all, I found the Dell Visor to be simple, comfortable and in terms of functionality, only a few steps behind the big boys Oculus and HTC and then only really in terms of in-game response times, it is a little slower. As a low-cost entry point into the world of Windows Mixed Reality, and VR in general, it is excellent. Coming in at £100ish cheaper than the Rift (here in the UK) and less than half the price of the Vive, Dell is offering a very good product at the right price
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The tracking technology is promising, but hold off until we see SteamVR support. Right now, the Oculus Rift represents much better value for money.
makeuseof.com
  • - 4
The innovative tracking system has a few hiccups, but should be fine for most users and most experiences. With imminent SteamVR support, the Dell Visor is a viable alternative to other high end sets, though the Oculus Rift still represents best value for money.
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Mixed Reality made simple, without the neck ache
stuff.tv
Mixed Reality is a bit of a fib right now – these headsets are purely VR. Still, Microsoft is putting the cogs in place now, so it can roll out a combo headset in the future – it’s a sensible move, if a little misleading today. At least the tech is sound, and Dell’s version is comfortable – even for a speccy-wearer like me. It might not feel quite as secure as a Rift or Vive headset, but the flip-up action is a godsend if you’ve got glasses. The price is right, too, which could give HTC and Oculus cause for alarm. Especially because Mixed Reality headsets will play Steam VR games right out of the box, meaning a healthy catalog of games at launch.
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