HP Mixed Reality Headset with controllers - Be Quick! £349 with code @ Very
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HP Mixed Reality Headset with controllers - Be Quick! £349 with code @ Very

£349£379 8% Very Deals
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Found 23rd Oct
NB Use code LXJLF to get this price!

One of the most expensive of the Mixed Reality headsets in the USA so great to get a discount on an already good price - but only until the end of the day!!!

Check out moremixedreality.com/har…on/

NB Note that if your PC supports Mixed Reality Ultra then the FOV (Field of view) will actually be well over 100 degrees (without Ultra it has a 95 Degree FOV)

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Original Poster

Reached a warm 83 degrees of heat last week at £379 but I detect a lot of animosity from existing VR users ... come on guys - competition is a win/win for us consumers!/

No SteamVR?

Should spend £20+ more and use the £40 credit.

Please note this is the heaviest of the Windows Mixed Reality Headsets at a whopping 834g over twice as heavy as the lightest!

powerbrick12 m ago

No SteamVR?


Not at the moment, but it is promised for all Windows Mixed Reality Headsets. The question is when to bite! I want a light good quality headset, with OLED high resolution panels and built in headphones. Samsung comes close, but is not going to sell it's HMD in Europe :-(
Edited by: "moogaloo" 23rd Oct

I ordered this from HP but cancelled as i noticed it doesn't appear to have any vents like most of the others. It looks like they have just made a few cut outs on the foam as an after thought.

Voted Hot as the price is good.
Edited by: "mtc1" 23rd Oct

Original Poster

Note that unlike this Dell the HP comes with controllers included!

Check your pupil distance first. These have fixed lenses and you can only adjust the pupil distance in the settings, and it only has a range of 58-67mm

Needless to say I returned mine. As nice as it is (apart from the limited content at present), it ain't so good when you have one eye out of focus due having a PD slightly out of the range

Original Poster

lemaru8 h, 26 m ago

Check your pupil distance first. These have fixed lenses and you can only …Check your pupil distance first. These have fixed lenses and you can only adjust the pupil distance in the settings, and it only has a range of 58-67mmNeedless to say I returned mine. As nice as it is (apart from the limited content at present), it ain't so good when you have one eye out of focus due having a PD slightly out of the range

It is unusual to have an IPD outside of that range. I feel for you dude.
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