According to the new Lenovo VR3030S application to the FCC, Lenovo has not given up on its exploration of virtual reality. Like the original VR headshows such as Mirage Solo and Oculus Quest, it should have built-in computing power and no need to be connected to a smartphone or PC for user-friendly use alone. Given that the previous Mirage Solo was stranded by the wrong Daydream VR, which Was Abandoned by Google, the company’s new VR head is likely to be based on a switch to a new platform.
(Pictured: Lenovo, via TheVerge)
It should be noted that Lenovo is also one of the supporters of the Oculus Rift S headset. Unfortunately, no other details about the new standalone VR headset are mentioned in the FCC file.
It is not known whether the Lenovo VR33030S will choose Valve’s Steam VR, Microsoft’s Windows MR, or Facebook’s Oculus platform.