The device is called Dell Visor. It is intended for use with Microsoft's actively promoted Microsoft Mixed Reality platform and will be available from October 2017 at a price of $ 350 for the base and $ 450 for the kit with two controllers.
At the moment no "mixed reality" on the headsets was demonstrated, although they are equipped with cameras located on the front panel of the visor. This means that they will be able to support not only virtual, but also augmented reality.
A little about the stuffing of the device, but the developers say that the resolution of the headset will be 1440 × 1440 points.
The Verge correspondent was given a demonstration sample, but he was not included, so the journalists of the publication were able to appreciate only the design and convenience of the gadget. According to them, Dell engineers have thought through many things. For a headset, for example, you can very quickly raise the visor with displays, if necessary.
Despite the fact that initially the manufacturer positioned its headset as an affordable and budget option, the announced price is far from past applications, because it is quite comparable with the cost of other VR-headsets. But, on the other hand, Dell will be able to work not only with VR, but with augmented reality.