Samsung has joined the program of organizations making blended reality headsets for Windows 10 with Samsung HMD Odyssey, it reported at Microsoft’s occasion in San Francisco on Tuesday.
Valued at $499.99 (about Rs. 32,700), the HMD Odyssey is unquestionably on the higher side in Microsoft’s lineup, given they begin at $299 (about Rs. 19,500). That is because of its double 3.5-inch AMOLED show with a determination of 1440×1600 for each eye with 90Hz invigorate rate, and a 110-degree field of view that is keeping pace with the Oculus Rift.
It’s likewise the main blended reality headset yet with an implicit receiver exhibit, which enables you to convey in-diversion or with Cortana, similar to the case. Samsung is likewise making utilization of its Harman obtaining with the HMD Odyssey, with an inherent match of earphones from AKG giving 360-degree spatial sound. Past that, you likewise get two packaged controllers at that cost, which assist collaborate with content. It’s currently up for pre-arrange in the US, and boats November 10.
“When we started outlining and building the Samsung HMD Odyssey with Microsoft, there was just a single objective as a primary concern, make a high performing headset that is anything but difficult to set up and can transport individuals to the amazing universe of virtual reality,” Alanna Cotton, Samsung Electronics America VP and GM said in an announcement.
“Samsung is focused on working crosswise over stages to assemble front line innovation, and we’re eager to join forces with Microsoft to shape the eventual fate of virtual reality. In any case, the greater part of all, we can hardly wait for you to take the Samsung HMD Odyssey out for a turn, and see it for yourself.”