HP has announced to launch a fresh version of a high-resolution Virtual Reality Reverb G2 wireless headset in collaboration with Microsoft. The newly coming device is expected to be launched by the end of the current year. The projected price of the device is USD600 approximately. The VR headsets lovers can enjoy a preorder of the device in order to get the best price. The device will have the same field of view and resolution as the first-generation Reverb device had, but it will also have a redesigned controller, more tracking cameras, and new speakers and lenses from VR pioneer Valve.
The resolution of the newly announced VR wireless headset is clearly its best-selling point. With 2160 x 2160 pixels resolution per eye, the device is far beyond the Valve Index VR headset that has 1440 x 1600 pixels resolution per eye. The first generation Reverb headset had issues with its visuals, but HP has promised that it will clear the problem with new panels and lenses. Though the Reverb G2 is equipped with the standard Windows Mixed Reality tracking system, HP has enhanced the two front-facing cameras of the headset with a camera on each side. It gives the device a setup closer to the opposing Oculus Rift S or Quest.