Comparing the Meta Quest Pro and Meta Quest 3, there are some key differences between these two virtual reality headsets. For starters, the Meta Quest Pro is already available for purchase while the release date for the Meta Quest 3 is still up in the air. That being said, let's take a look at some of their specifications and features to get a better understanding of which headset could be best for you.
Starting with the field of view, both headsets offer quite an expansive view; however, this can be seen as a bit of a double-edged sword depending on how it's viewed. The field of view in the Meta Quest Pro stands at 106° which can be considered pretty impressive for its price tag. However, in comparison to other VR headsets on the market, it falls short since most tend to have a larger FOV range that goes beyond 120° or more. On the other hand, The upcoming Meta Quest 3 will boast an impressive FOV of 120°; therefore giving users more flexibility when they’re exploring within their virtual world.
Moving onto resolution and refresh rate; we see quite a big difference between these two headsets once again. The resolution found within the current version (Meta Quest Pro) displays at 1800x1920 pixels per inch (PPI). This should provide users with fairly sharp visuals throughout their experience but again compared to other VR headsets out there on today’s market this falls short by offering fewer pixels than what one would normally expect from an immersive experience like this one has to offer. As for refresh rate that sits at 90 Hz which gives you that smooth frame rate so you can truly feel your presence inside your virtual environment without any delay or distortion that may happen when experiencing lower frame rates or poor graphics quality due to resolution issues mentioned above. In contrast though with its successor (Meta Quest 3), you'll find higher resolution images displayed from 2064x2208 PPI along with faster response time coming from its high-end hardware set up all supported by refreshing rate sitting at 120 Hz; making it far superior when it comes down to image clarity compared to its predecessor all while maintaining steady FPS across different games or applications which allows viewers much more precise visual details that makes them feel more immersed in whatever they're doing while using this headset – whether gaming or enjoying 360 videos/movies etc…
In terms of personal preference based on my own experience using both I felt like my overall immersion was definitely heightened with greater detail thanks to higher resolution and refresh rates found within met quest 3 over what I experienced using meta quest pro since I was able to pick out finer details within my virtual world such as individual leaves swaying in wind etc…. Furthermore I felt like less motion sickness given quicker response times along with clearer imagery because no blurring appeared during quick movements nor did I notice any lag present when turning around quickly as if one were physically present inside their chosen environment thus making me want go back over and over again just enjoy every second thoroughly!
Overall taking into account all factors provided above ,It's safe say if budget isn't constraint then upgrade towards meta quest pro would certainly make sense especially if anyone wants live through immersive experiences or play latest titles available . Otherwise If someone looking casual use & low budget then still stick meta quest pro