At HP Reinvent, HP today announced Reverb, a new VR headset powered by Windows Mixed Reality. HP Reverb is ultra-light (.43 kg), but features latest tech to offer immersive VR experience. It comes with a staggering 2160 x 2160 panel per eye and an incredible 114-degree field of view. It also features integrated headphones with spatial audio and smart assistant compatible dual microphones for a greater immersive experience.
HP Reverb comes with pre-paired motion controllers right out of the box (no need to pair) and support for Windows Mixed Reality and Steam VR. And it also comes with removable, cleanable facemask cushions.
The HP Reverb Virtual Reality Headset – Consumer Edition will be available in late-April for $599. The Pro edition will cost $649 and it will come with the .6m headset cable and washable fabric face cushion.