Windows Mixed Reality Headsets are now available from Microsoft Store

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Microsoft is releasing Windows 10 Fall Creators Update to general consumers later today and it comes with support for Mixed Reality headsets. As expected, Microsoft Store has now started selling Windows Mixed Reality Headsets from various OEMs. Read about the four available headsets and the links to order them below.

Dell Visor:

Dell Visor comes with a pair of high resolution 1440 x 1440 LCD panels offering a sharp and smooth 360° panoramic experience. The flip-up visor lets users quickly and conveniently transition from virtual to real world. Dell has engineered it for maximum comfort, it features well-cushioned head and face padding, thumbwheel band adjustment for personalized comfort, and smart weight balancing that takes pressure off the nose and cheeks. There’s a cable management clip that secures and routes cables to the back of the headband for better freedom of movement. It also comes with anti-stain coating that keeps the Dell Visor clean. Order it here from Microsoft Store for $449.

Lenovo Explorer:

Lenovo has built their headset from the ground up to be light, snug and comfortable. Anticipating that users will likely want to sustain a high degree of immersion for lengthy mixed reality sessions, they’ve finely calibrated the headset to ensure perfect balance, evenly distributing its weight from the front to the back. Adjustable with cushioning and fitted with a flip-up visor, they have made the headset snug and effortless to put on and off. The Lenovo Explorer sports a sleek profile and a premium iron grey finish. Order it here from Microsoft Store for $399.

HP Windows Mixed Reality Headset:

Designed with gamers top-of-mind, this plug-and-play headset with controllers delivers a stunning and immersive mixed reality experience thanks to 1440 x 1440 resolution per eye, up to a 90Hz refresh rate (all performance specifications represent the typical specifications provided by HP’s component manufacturers; actual performance may vary either higher or lower), and wireless motion controllers. Plus, an incredibly comfortable double-padded band and easy adjustments means gamers can play for hours. Order it here from Microsoft Store for $449.

Acer Windows Mixed Reality Headset:

Free yourself from the difficulty of securing room sensors onto walls and immerse yourself in any environment with the benefit of inside-out tracking. Temporary interruptions mean that you don’t have to remove the headset, just lift the visor up and engage with the real world again. A simple adjustment of the double-padded headband ensures you have the perfect fit for your head. You can order it here from Microsoft Store for $399.

Samsung Odyssey Windows Mixed Reality Headset:

Samsung Odyssey headset comes with dual 2880 x 1600 AMOLED displays offering up to 110? FoV for immersive experience. Samsung has also integrated AKG headset for incredible audio experience. It also features dual array mics for accurate voice input. You can pre-order it here from Microsoft Store for $499.

You can check whether your PC is compatible with these Windows Mixed Reality headsets using this app from Microsoft. Windows Mixed Reality headsets have the quickest, easiest setup available. And since no external sensors are required, you can enjoy immersive experiences anywhere in your house.

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