Fujitsu Launches Windows Mixed Reality Headset

Fujistsu has announced a Windows Mixed Reality headset which will be available for purchase from November onwards.

The company has confirmed that the VR headset will work with a range of supported laptops and comes bundled with a controller. The set costs $440 which is definitely on the expensive side unless you are a technology enthusiast who needs to check all new products as soon as they get launched.

In terms of specifications, the Fujistsu Windows mixed reality headset features a 2.89-inch LCD display offering a 95-degree field of view. The motion controller is mounted with sensor lights to detect movement and the headset comes bundled with a range of sensors including hyroscope, acceleration and magnetism detector.

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The controller is a full-fledged gaming device with haptic feedback, analog joysticks, thumbstick as well as buttons allowing users to perform various actions. The headset is integrated with Bluetooth 4.0 support.   

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