Varjo Aero VR Headset Announced with Price, Specs, Release Date

Varjo, maker of high-end enterprise XR headsets, at present introduced Aero, a pared down model of the corporate’s newest headset that gives industry-leading constancy and superior options for a less expensive (however nonetheless hefty) value that makes the corporate’s providing extra engaging to medium-sized companies and rich VR lovers.

Learn our full overview of the just-announced Varjo Aero

For the previous few years Varjo has been making a number of the most superior VR headsets on the planet, however with costs starting from $Three,200–$5,500 (plus an $800–$1,500 annual price) it’s no surprise that Varjo counts Fortune 500 firms amongst its shoppers.

With the announcement of Varjo Aero, the corporate goals to launch a extra reasonably priced headset that’s extra engaging for smaller companies and the higher echelon of VR lovers. It’s nonetheless removed from low cost although; Varjo Aero is priced at $2,000 (with no annual price), however this excludes SteamVR Monitoring base stations and controllers.

Varjo Aero VR Headset Introduced with Value, Specs, Launch Date 6Picture courtesy Varjo

Varjo Aero is basically the identical as the corporate’s newest XR-Three headset, besides with out the ‘bionic show’ (which supplies retina decision on the heart of the FOV), nor any of its superior passthrough AR capabilities.

Even with out the bionic show, Varjo Aero nonetheless gives a shocking 35 PPD with aspheric lenses that give it the most effective readability and largest sweet-spot that you just’ll discover on any VR headset (apart from, nicely, Varjo’s dearer headsets).

Varjo says that orders for Aero start at present and the primary shipments are anticipated by the top of 2021.

Learn our overview of Varjo Aero right here and take a look at the complete specs beneath:

Varjo Aero Specs

Decision 2,880 x 2,720 (7.8MP) per-eye, mini-LED LCD (2x) Refresh Fee 90Hz Lenses Aspheric Subject-of-view (claimed) 134° diagonal, 115° horizontal (at 12mm eye-relief) Optical Changes IPD (automated motor pushed) IPD Adjustment Vary 57–73mm Connectors USB-C → breakout field (USB-A Three.zero, DisplayPort 1.four) Cable Size 5m Monitoring SteamVR Monitoring 1.zero or 2.zero (exterior beacons) On-board cameras 2x eye-tracking Enter None included (helps SteamVR controllers) Audio Three.5mm aux port Microphone None (helps exterior mic via aux port) Move-through view No Weight 487g + 230g headstrap with counterweight

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