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Lenovo Mirage Solo

Lenovo Mirage Solo
  • Field of View

    110°

  • Resolution

    2560 × 1440 px

  • Refresh Rate

    75 Hz

  • Weight

    645 g

Description
The Mirage Solo is an all-in-one virtual reality headset. It's easy to set up and control from your VR controller, and has everything you need to get started with VR.The Lenovo Mirage Solo is the first standalone VR headset that uses Daydream technology. You no longer need a phone or PC, just the Mirage Solo and a Daydream compatible app to dive into virtual reality. It provides an immersive experience with a 110° field of view (FOV) and 2560 x 1440 resolution on its 5.5” LCD screen in either monochrome or color mode (upgradable to HDR). Weighing only 400 grams and with adjustable focus for eye relief, it's light enough for long use.
Specification
Sizing
Dimensions
204 × 270 × 180 mm
Weight
645 g
Other
MicroSD?
YES
Lens to Eye Adjustment?
YES
Front Camera?
YES
Built in Microphone?
YES
Battery Life
2.5 h
Positional Tracking?
YES
360 Tracking?
YES
Bluetooth?
YES
Wifi?
YES
USB?
YES
Usable with Glasses?
YES
Room Scale?
YES
Display
Refresh Rate
75 Hz
Display Type
LCD
Resolution
2560 × 1440 px
Field of View
110°
Overview
Category
Standalone VR
Model Name
Mirage Solo
Country of Origin
China
Brand
Lenovo
Release Date
2018
Reviews of the Lenovo Mirage Solo
Rated 3.6 / 5 from 8 Reviews
A VR headset powered by Google Daydream, no phone required
wired.com
  • - 4
A fully untethered VR experience offering six degrees of freedom. Excellent screen with light-directing Fresnel lenses and a 110-degree field of view. Fun games and experiences in the Daydream store with more surely to come. Included earbuds have a short cord made for a VR headset.
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Should you buy it?
skarredghost.com
So, at the end of all this wall of text, you would like to know if the Mirage Solo is the device for you. Well, as always, I say that it depends on what you want to do. The problem of the Mirage Solo is that it is not cheap as the Go, has not the full features of the Quest, and has not the enterprise attitude of the Focus. It is a headset that is in-between all of them. So, it is good, but it is as if it had not a clear identity.
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While the 6-DOF motion tracking is quite cool, the Mirage is hampered by its high price and limited number of experiences
techgearlab.com
  • - 3.65
Being the second completely standalone VR headset that we have reviewed, we had high hopes for the Lenovo Mirage Solo. Unfortunately, we felt that it fell a little flat, especially when compared to the other standalone model, the Oculus Go. The Mirage does provide a highly immersive experience and is undeniably one of the most frustration-free headsets to get set up, but we found this product to be quite burdened by the comparatively limited library of available experiences and its higher price tag. We would recommend saving some cash with the Go if you are set on a standalone headset, or going with the Oculus Rift for the same price if you already have a compatible computer to run it.
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Lenovo Mirage Solo with Daydream
pcmag.com
The Lenovo Mirage Solo with Daydream is a standalone virtual reality headset with a high price tag that isn't quite in line with its performance.
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Untethered, phone-free VR bliss
techradar.com
  • - 4
Impressive by both mobile and tethered standards, Lenovo’s new model has the potential to raise the quality of interactive VR and to take the medium a step further.
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Google's standalone VR is a half-step to the future
cnet.com
  • - 3.45
Google's first self-contained VR headset is one step toward making mobile VR better, but it's not the complete package.
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LENOVO’S MIRAGE SOLO IS AN INNOVATIVE VR HEADSET, BUT MOST PEOPLE SHOULDN’T BUY IT
theverge.com
  • - 2.75
So with the Mirage Solo, Google and Lenovo really seem to be playing the long game. They’ve put Google’s Daydream platform, which was designed to get everybody into VR, into a device that mostly makes sense for early adopters and industrial users. They’re releasing one of the first self-contained headsets with potentially groundbreaking motion-tracking technology, but severely hobbling its capabilities. This is an experiment that might pay off in the years to come, if developers build more ambitious WorldSense apps and Google comes up with a better controller. But as far as buying the headset goes, most people should probably just wait for the payoff.
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Being the first-ever standalone VR headset, Mirage Solo came with high hopes
thevrreviews.com
  • - 3.75
While our experts didn’t found any primary and disturbing reasons to dislike Mirage Solo in terms of its performance, only one thing did cause us to pause and which is its price. It costs two times the Oculus value. Also, it doesn’t produce a better experience than that, putting it in the same amount of price range as the high-tier tethered virtual-reality headsets, which our experts mostly prefer. However, these tethered headsets only require a decent amount of additional hardware to operate, which can make them much expensive if you don’t already own the necessary devices like high quality and powerful gaming PC, etc. Furthermore, if you already owned the additional hardware for the tethered models, our experts would recommend HTC Vive.
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