Lenovo Mirage Solo
Announced at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, the Lenovo Mirage Solo gets you the best of Google’s DayDream VR apps and games without relying on your smartphone or your Windows PC.
The white and black headset has two cameras and built-in sensors that let you duck, hide and move around without placing sensors around your room. A Snapdragon 835 processor and 4GB of RAM process all the information the headset collects. With a 110-degree field of view and a wireless controller, you should start to feel as if you’re really your in-game character pretty quickly. Expect up to 7 hours of continuous play with the Mirage Solo.
Lenovo expects to launch the Mirage Solo headset sometime this spring for less than $400.