Lenovo Mirage Solo (ZA3C0000SE)

  • Plattform: Eigenständig
  • 2.560 x 1.440 Pixel (1.280 x 1.440 pro Auge)
  • LCD, 110° FoV, 75Hz, 704ppi, 11,63ppd
  • Tracking: Inside-Out, 3DoF
  • Anschlüsse: USB

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Zusammensetzung der Note
Testberichte / Meinungen

2,0 (75%)

Amazon  259,81 €
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Testberichte


trustedreviews.com

„gut“ (2,0)

06/2018
80 von 100 Punkten

  • Full freedom of movement (in a very limited space)
  • Relatively sharp and colourful image
  • Handy auto on/off function
  • No obvious motion blur issues
  • ...
  • Only comfortable for shorter sessions
  • Controller tracking is basic
  • WorldSense library is new, therefore limited
  • The lenses introduce image quality issues
Fazit

"Full freedom of movement in a portable headset is a major step forward, but the price is off-putting unless you love the look of many WorldSense titles."

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pcworld.com

„sehr gut“ (1,5)

05/2018
90 von 100 Punkten

  • Six degrees of wireless freedom
  • Comfortable headband
  • Incredibly reliable positional tracking
  • No onboard speakers
  • Controller is only 3DOF not 6DOF
Fazit

"We’ll be the first to admit that the Mirage Solo impressed us way more than we expected. We typically look down at our noses at less-than-PC-level VR, but the Mirage Solo’s 6DOF tracking performance surprised us. …"

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cnet.com

„befriedigend“ (2,6)

05/2018
69 von 100 Punkten

  • "Fully standalone VR headset. Tracking cameras can allow greater range of motion than the Oculus Go. Comfortable fit. Works with Google Daydream VR apps. Expandable storage via microSD card slot."
  • "Expensive. Headset design is large and bulky for a portable device. Movement range is limited. No built-in speakers. The included one-handed controller isn't as good as what PC VR systems can offer. Relatively few apps currently work with the Mirage Solo's added motion tracking."
Fazit

"Google's first self-contained VR headset is one step toward making mobile VR better, but it's not the complete package."

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techradar.com

„gut“ (2,0)

05/2018
80 von 100 Punkten

  • Phone-free setup
  • VR that you can take anywhere
  • WorldSense works brilliantly
  • Good value
  • Needs more games and apps
  • Difficult to take around
  • LCD display is good, but not ideal
Fazit

"Impressive by both mobile and tethered standards, Lenovo’s new model has the potential to raise the quality of interactive VR and to take the medium a step further."

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pocket-lint.com

01/2018

Fazit

"The Lenovo Mirage Solo is a well made and comfortable-to-wear product, with greater control in use compared to the Google Daydream View. …"

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Produktdetails


Generelle Merkmale
Produkttyp VR-Headset
Plattform Eigenständig
Verbindung Kabellos
Positionserfassung Inside-Out
Tracking-Genauigkeit 3DoF
Tracking über Neigungssensor, Beschleunigungssensor, Magnetometer, Kamera
Farbe Weiß
Gewicht in g 645
Im Lieferumfang enthalten Motion Controller, Reisenetzteil, USB-Kabel, Kopfhörer, Benutzerhandbuch
Hinweis Konsole, Controller und anderes Zubehör, wenn nicht anders angegeben, nicht im Lieferumfang enthalten
Display
Panel-Technologie LCD
Display-Diagonale in cm 14
Display-Diagonale in Zoll 5,5
Auflösung in Pixel 2.560 x 1.440 (1.280 x 1.440 pro Auge)
Pixeldichte in ppi 704
Pixeldichte in ppd 11,63
Sichtfeld (FoV) in Grad 110
Bildwiederholfrequenz in Hz 75
Ausstattung
Neigungssensor Ja
Beschleunigungssensor Ja
Magnetsensor Ja
Integrierte Kameras Ja
Integrierte Lautsprecher Ja
Integriertes Mikrofon Ja
WLAN Ja
Speicherkartensteckplatz Ja
Anschlüsse
Anschlüsse USB
USB Ja
USB-Version USB Typ-C
HDMI Nein
DisplayPort Nein
Klinke Ja