Lenovo Mirage Solo VR Headset Review


Lenovo’s Mirage Solo is the first major wireless VR headset that offers six degrees of freedom movement (otherwise known as 6dof). Unlike mobile headsets like Gear VR and Oculus Go that only support 3 degrees of movement, this means you can lean forwards, backwards, and duck. This essentially grants you wireless room-scale experiences without having to set up external trackers. This is huge. If you liked this crowdfunded video and want to see more awesome videos like it, please consider donating to my Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/vrconduit Thanks!


5 thoughts on “Lenovo Mirage Solo VR Headset Review”

  1. you omitted 3 important things: 1. you can't use bluetooth headphones, to my understanding 2. you have access to the whole google play store inside of it (please show us that) 3. how can you use it while laying down? In my Gear VR, it's really cumbersome to reset the view when lying down, which you have to do all the time when jumping from apps to apps. Please show us that. Thanks.

  2. Solo, no 6dof controllers and next to no games to support 6dof. Is basically a very expensive gimmick until proper games make use of the hradware capabilities. Right now is a big piles of mistakes

  3. This was a good review. It's a chicken and egg problem. people will buy it over the go for good 6dof experiences, but they will only make good 6dof experiences if people buy 6dof headsets. at double the price of the Go, there currently isn't much of a real reason to get this.


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