HP previews new Windows MR device or successor to Reverb

Last year, HP launched a Windows MR Mixed Reality headset called Reverb. Now, the company is previewing the next generation of products on Steam. Although no more information has been disclosed, it is known to support the Microsoft-led Windows MR platform. Working with Valve and Microsoft, HP prides itself on setting new standards in VR to deliver an immersive, comfortable, and compatible VR experience.

HP previews new Windows MR device or successor to Reverb

In contrast, last year’s HP Reverb unit had a single-eye resolution and field of view of 2160 x 2160 pixels / 114 degrees, respectively, while weighing only 430 grams. There is also an integrated headset with space audio and a dual microphone for summoning the assistant.

HP previews new Windows MR device or successor to Reverb

HP Reverb supports out-of-the-box, pre-paired motion controllers, Windows MR and Steam VR platforms, supplemented by removable, cleanable masks.

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Although HP has not yet announced the full specifications and launch dates for the new device, it can be priced at the Reverb Pro version sold last year ($599 to $649 / $4244 to 4599 RMB).