Acer OJO 500 Windows mixed reality headset Launched

Acer Ojo 500 Windows mixed reality headset Launched

IFA 2018 has kicked off and Acer merged as one of the first company to introduce a futuristic device the removable virtual reality viewer for Windows dubbed Acer OJO 500. How interesting is the device lets find out?

The Acer OJO 500 is the first removable virtual reality viewer. This means that it has several parts that can be attached and dispatched without any problem, which results in an accessory for virtual reality that we can adjust to the exact size of our head and also clean it with ease.

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Although its detachable design is a highlight of the Acer OJO 500, it is not everything since it also has circular sound technology which means having a more real and immersive sound experience. In addition, it has an interpupillary adjustment assisted by software with which we can adjust the distance to the lens to have greater clarity of focus of the contents.

At the launch, the company have focused on the advantages of its general design as they ensure greater comfort as well as practicality. This is because of the fastening system that it has, with the firm or soft headband so the user can choose for their preferences. In addition, they are made of washable fabric so you will not have to worry about sweat.

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Talking about the screens of the device it features two 2.89 inches displays and offers a field of view of 100 degrees. In addition, it has a very high resolution of 2880 x 1440 pixels which is necessary as these screens are very close to the eyes. If the resolution of the screen was lower than we would see the pixels and the experience would be much worse.
Moreover, the screens have a refresh rate of 90 Hz which offers clear and realistic images.

ACER OJO 500, AVAILABILITY AND PRICE

The Acer OJO 500 is priced at 499 euros ( Roughly $580) and it will be available from November. The price is a little competitive and clearly, the device is not for all.

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