A few weeks ago,media reported that HP was about to launch the Reverb G2 high-resolution VR headset. However, Dr Windows today reported that the device had been delayed for some time. Fortunately, according to Peter Peterson of Hewlett-Packard, it will bring some upgrades to the Reverb G2 VR header specifications. In a recent podcast, he said the lens section of the Reverb G2 would be much improved.
The HP Reverb G2 VR header is known to support 4320 x 2160 resolution and a refresh rate of 90Hz, while having an “optimum” field of view of 114 degrees.
Although delayed from mid-September to late October, the HP Reverb G2 VR headset has grown from two to four, audio has been upgraded, it’s more comfortable to wear, and the controller has seen ergonomic improvements.
Partners in the HP Reverb G2 VR headset include Valve and Microsoft, and HP promises to deliver an immersive, comfortable, and compatible VR experience for its users.
Finally, HP claims that the Reverb G2 is the highest resolution VR headset among the current full-service vendors. It is expected to sell for $599 (about 4090 RMB) and interested friends can HP.com website.