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Dell puts HoloLens technology into its new Visor headset

The headset uses Windows Mixed Reality technology.
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Dell is making a bet on Microsoft leading the way with VR technology with their new Visor Headset. The headset uses the Windows Mixed Reality platform, which features a flip-up visor and a big focus on comfort through the use of face and head cushioning and weight balancing to reduce pressure on the nose and cheeks.

Based on the technology from Microsoft's HoloLens, the headset features inside-out tracking cameras with a 360-degree panoramic view. They've also designed it to able to scan your surroundings without the need of satellite emitters and work with the Dell's Visor Controllers that feature haptic feedback, thumb sticks, and buttons that are tracked by the headset. 

$449 (with controllers), dell.com

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