The Huawei Chinese company has entered a new virtual reality hardware market for itself. The company has just announced its own VR goggles that will allow it to compete with portfolios of customers with products such as Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and Samsung Gear VR.
Virtual reality technology will be a key entertainment industry in a few years, so many companies are already preparing equipment that consumers will use in the future to enter the digital world. There have been several devices, including the Oculus Rift, the PlayStation VR, and the HTC Vive, but soon there will be a lot more, and another Huawei product is coming to us.
The Chinese company announced that its kit will be the first VR device to offer the user a full 360 degree sound. It will also have adjustable lenses, a touch panel for function control, volume control buttons and navigable menus. However, the displays will only display the image in Full HD, which is lower resolution than competing products.
The manufacturer has not revealed for the time being how much its kit will cost, or when it will appear on sale. It is known, however, that it will be available this year.Tweet
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