Virtual Reality headsets for Windows 10 will cost just $299
One of the highlight features of the new Windows 10 Creators Update that Microsoft just announced this morning is the idea of introducing 3D experiences to everyone. The free update coming early next year will give Windows 10 users the ability to create and manipulate 2D objects into 3D ones but Microsoft is formerly introducing Virtual Reality to Windows 10 with the Creators Update.
As of today, VR headsets for Windows 10 like the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive cost at least $500 for the headset. But Microsoft aims to change that with the new Windows 10 compliant VR headsets made by PC makers like HP, Dell, Asus, Lenovo and Acer. These VR headsets starts at just US$ 299 and Microsoft assures that these VR headsets will work with affordable device.
We're not sure what this means nor are we sure about the specs of these VR headsets but one thing's for sure, these Windows 10 compliant VR headsets will come with sensor that feture six-degrees of freedom. Expect to see these VR headsets be available around the release time of the Windows 10 Creators Update early next year.
ORIGINAL SOURCE: MICROSOFT