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August 28, 2017

Dell Visor, the First Ever Headset for Windows Mixed Reality Platform ($349)

Mark Metry Founder VU Dream
Mark Metry, Founder of VU Dream
Dell blazes into the mixed reality future with the sleek and comfortable Dell Visor – its the first-ever headset for Windows Mixed Reality platform.
Dell is revealing a suite of holiday wish-list worthy devices and services that provide the most immersive and comprehensive computing experience available.
The new offerings include Inspiron 7000 2-in-1s and laptops with new 8th Generation Intel Core processors;
  • Performance enhancements to the critically acclaimed XPS 13.
  • Dell Visor Windows Mixed Reality Headset.
  • Premium Support Plus service.
Dell Visor Mixed Reality
These new innovations demonstrate Dell’s commitment to providing the best audio and visual computing, virtual reality (VR) and gaming experiences for consumers.  
“We’re in Berlin this week to demonstrate Dell’s global leadership in innovation across personal computing, gaming and virtual reality. From our new mixed reality headset to beautiful new laptops and 2-in-1s, our holiday lineup introduced at the show includes some of the best designs with incredible visual experiences, exceptional performance and support to match.”  
– Ray Wah, Senior VP and General Manager of Dell
Looks to the Future
As a driving force in the virtual reality space, Dell has developed one of the broadest portfolios of VR-ready devices – notebooks, desktops, mini-PCs and AIOs – and end-to-end VR solutions, from creation to consumption to storage.
In partnership with Microsoft, Dell blazes into the mixed reality future with the sleek and comfortable Dell Visor – its first-ever headset for Windows Mixed Reality platform.
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Engineered with a flip-up visor for convenient transitions, it features well-cushioned head and face padding, thumbwheel band adjustment for personalized comfort, and smart weight balancing that takes pressure off the nose and cheeks.
The white finish is easy to clean and durable, and the thoughtful design extends to cable management that routes cords to the back of the headset for better freedom of movement.
Dell Visor takes advantage of the same technology used in the Microsoft HoloLens, including inside-out tracking cameras, with a 360-degree panoramic view. The headset itself is able to scan surroundings instead of satellite emitters positioned inside the room.
It’s future-proof tech extends to platform-agnostic communication, with the possibility of users interacting with owners of different MR headset brands down the road.
Dell Visor Controllers offer complete flexibility with 6 degrees of freedom of movement in a three-dimensional space. The Controllers allow users total control with haptic feedback, thumb stick and buttons fully tracked by sensors in the headset.
Available in the U.S. in the coming months for $349.99 (headset) and $99.99 (controllers) or $449.99 (headset and controllers kit) on Dell.com. The Dell Visor will also be available at Microsoft and select Best Buy stores and BestBuy.com in the coming months.


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