On May 29th HP officially unveiled its new VR debut, the Reverb G2. Reverb G2 is a product developed by HP in partnership with Valve and Microsoft, and natively supports SteamVR on Microsoft’s Windows Reality and Steam platforms, plug and play without the need for adaptation. Specifications, the Reverb G2 features 4K resolution (single-eye 2160×2160), which is also the industry’s highest-resolution LCD head, offering a 114-degree view of view that is immersive in both fine ness and breadth.
The Reverb G2 also brings a new audio design with new speakers 10mm from the ear and supports Spatial Audio 3D sound, giving the user a true 3D feel.
The new handle controller’s key layout is also optimized for Bluetooth adaptation with excellent application and game compatibility.
The head display of the 4-camera design can also be tracked in the position of the handle’s six degrees of freedom without an external sensor.
As for the price, the Reverb G2 is priced at $599, or about 4,200 yuan, and will go on sale in the fall of 2020.