$249 Pico Goblin All-in-One VR Headset is Powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 Processor

VR headset prices range from just a few dollars for cardboard ones used with your smartphone to close to a thousand dollars for the most advanced models. The large price differences are because some models rely on your smartphone, while others leverage your computer’s processing processor, and the rest include all the electronics and display needed to work without external hardware. Companies started to launch Android All-in-One VR headset last year, but they were either rather expensive, or not quite good enough for anything except watching videos. Pico may have found the right balance between performance and price with their Goblin Virtual Reality Headset with a 5.5″ display with 2560 x 1440 resolution, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor couple with 3GB of RAM, and a $249 price tag. Pico Goblin specifications: SoC – Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 (or 821?) CPU System Memory – 3GB LPDDR4-1866 RAM Storage – 16GB eMMC 5.1 flash + micro SD card up to 128 GB Display …

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Pico Neo Android Virtual Reality Headset is Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 Processor

If you want an enjoyable experience with virtual reality you’d need a 2K+ display, and a powerful processor, and even Chinese manufacturers are going high-end with DeePoon M2, or Pico Neo, which features an innovative design to keep the headset light (320 grams) as it only comes with the screen and lenses, while a Snapdragon 820 processor coupled with 4GB RAM, 32GB storage, and the battery can be found in the optional remote controller (220 grams). That all means you could just purchase the head mount display (HMD) and connect it to your computer, or get the bundle with the gamepad to get an all-in-one Android VR kit. The HMD includes two 3.81″ AMOLED screen with 1200×1080 resolution, and 90Hz screen refresh rate, features aspheric lenses with 102 degrees field of view, focus adjustment, and support for 0 to 800 degree¬†myopia, as well as a 9-axis motion sensor with 20 ms maximum latency. It is connected via a USB-C cable …

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