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HP Reverb are second-generation virtual reality goggles in Windows Reality Mix, and this time the company is focused primarily on the corporate market, but that doesn't mean you won't be able to purchase individual gaming units either. Like all high-resolution virtual reality glasses, the HP Reverb also has a relatively high price tag and the product can only be purchased in specific countries.
The HP Reverb Reality Goggles can see a clear improvement from the previous generation in all areas. The new design is finally comfortable and feels higher quality. The lenses give a better looking image. The hardware has improved in a lot of ways, these are Windows Mix-based Windows VR virtual reality glasses.
The high-resolution HP Reverb goggles feature high-resolution LCD screens, making the image clearer and not significantly pixelated, and this is the best image in the Mixed Reality series. On paper, we're talking about 2,160 × 2,160 per display, which is a big step in the resolution of the same series of Reality Goggles, compared to the HTC Vive Pro for example, the resolution is double 1,440 × 1,600 AMOLEDs, which means the HP Reverb Reality Goggles has a little more than twice the pixel That is, textures, edges, and ultra-sharp text, HP claims it is a 114-degree FOV, which is considered higher than normal in the field. (Importantly, no one in the industry really agrees with what a valid field of display measurement is.)
A great feature of the new HP Reverb Reality Mix Goggles is the ergonomic design. A great strap that includes headphones which makes the reality glasses look just like the previous generation of Oculus Rift.
All in all, the HP Reverb goggles are easy to use and comfortable to play for an hour or more while staying comfortable.
Note: It is important to put true virtual reality goggles on and new users are always tempted to tighten the side straps and tighten the glasses like a dive binoculars on the face, but the key is to find the spot where the back ring can grip the head, and then tighten the upper strap, the side straps should Be as loose as possible while maintaining stability.
HP is working on strong marketing for organizations, after all, this critical reading is critical and important (the main selling point for enterprise customers).
Vive pro comparison:
HP Reverb HTC Vive Pro
2x 2.89-inch LCD display with Pulse Backlight technology 2x 3.5-inch AMOLED
Resolution for each eye 2160x2160 1440x1600
90Hz 90Hz refresh rate
FOV 114 degrees 110 degrees
Adjust 63mm +/- 8mm lenses via 60-72mm mechanical IPD adjustment software
Accelerometer sensors, magnetometer, gyroscope Accelerometer, magnetometer, gyro sensor, proximity sensor
Windows Mixed Reality tracking technology inside-out 6-DoF motion tracking Valve SteamVR Tracking 2.0
2x integrated camera front-facing Stereo cameras: Chaperone, Passthrough
Sound Removable integrated headphones
3.5mm headphone / mic jack Integrated headphones
HMD DisplayPort 1.3 Connection
USB 3.0 HDMI
Dimensions (WxHxD) 6.97 x 2.17 x 3.31 inches
177 x 55 x 84mm 7.48 x 4.72 x 5.31 inches
190 x 120 x ~ 135 mm
Weight 1.1 pounds / 498.95g 2.2 pounds / 1,017g