Acer launches India’s 1st Windows Mixed Reality Headset
Bangalore, INDIA (December 9th, 2017): Firmly cementing its position as one of the most innovative technology companies, Acer, one of the top PC makers globally, unveiled India’s 1st Mixed Reality headset at Grand Finale event of its Predator league. This latest innovation by Acer combines the power of virtual reality and astonishing sense of the real world that delivers the truly exhilarating experiences. Mixed Reality Headset from Acer provides users a World scale level of Mixed reality experience which is more flexible and robust as compared to Desk and Room scale experiences, allowing the users virtually tour travel destinations, get inside exciting games, and view popular events and even travel across time and space within their own home. Commenting on the launch, Mr. Chandrahas Panigrahi, CMO and Consumer Business Head said, “We are extremely thrilled to launch India’s 1st mixed reality headset in collaboration with Microsoft. By introducing the mixed reality headset, we aim to bring best of our innovations to Indian customers. The Acer Windows Mixed Reality headset offers a plethora of exciting and engaging content that is continually evolving. It’s ergonomic design, vibrant display and motion controllers makes it the revolutionary device for those who embrace virtual reality and look for the best in technology.
Two front-hinged 2.89-inch high-resolution liquid crystal displays providea wide 95-degree field of view. Its incredible 2880 x 1440 resolution lets youenjoy an incredibly interactive and immersive VR experience. A fast refreshrate of up to 90Hz delivers clear and realistic images for an eccentric mixedreality experience.
Ergonomically designed ultra-light headset is comfortable to the core. Itsdouble-padded sweat-resistant material offers comfort and durability and allowseasy adjustments of headbands, which ensures the perfect fit.
Designed for Freedom
For greater flexibility and freedom, the Mixed Reality gives users theability to interact directly with their environment. It enables customers tointeract with software using gesture, gaze and voice, while also having theoption to use traditional inputs like mice, keyboards and controllers.
With inside-out tracking, the camera is on the headset, so there is no needto drill holes in a wall or set up extraneous hardware. As soon as the headsetconnects to a Windows Mixed Reality-ready PC, it installs the requiredsoftware, making it possible to experience mixed reality almost anywhere. The6-degrees of freedom positional tracking includes forward/back, up/down,left/right as well as pitch, yaw and roll. The headset comes with a 13-footcable allowing a wide range movement and connects to a PC via HDMI 2.0, while aUSB 3.0 connector downloads data.