At Computex 2017, which runs from May 30 to June 3 in Taipei, Microsoft showed new virtual reality helmets created as part of the Windows Mixed Reality program. Helmets from HP and Acer the company has already demonstrated, and now the turn came ASUS devices, Dell and Lenovo.
The helmet ASUS received a strange design with a "polygonal" visor with motion tracking with six degrees of freedom, and the Dell gadget is minimalistic. The Lenovo helmet, in fact, already lit up on the January CES 2017, and now Microsoft has confirmed the release of the gadget before the end of the year.
Recall, last year the company announced partnership with manufacturers such as Acer, ASUS, Dell, HP and Lenovo, to develop low-cost virtual reality helmets that can work with PCs upgrading Windows 10 Creators Update and at the same time cost from $ 299.