December 5, 2020

The HP Reverb G2 upgrades Windows Mixed Reality with Valve’s VR design smarts and 4 cameras

By Hayden Dingman

The HP Reverb G2 might be the savior Windows Mixed Reality (MR) so desperately needs. Hopefully. Announced Thursday but not available until the fall, HP has a lot to prove and a lot of skeptics to convert, myself included.

I’ve spoken often, and loudly, about my issues with the Windows MR ecosystem. Even in 2017 the hardware was a bit underwhelming, and the ensuing “upgrades” never rectified some of the fundamental problems with the platform. Last year’s HP Reverb featured a best-in-class display and an Oculus-like design—but paired with the Windows MR platform’s busted tracking solution, you might as well have been driving a Ferrari with square wheels.

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Source:: https://www.pcworld.com/article/3545930/the-hp-reverb-g2-upgrades-windows-mixed-reality-with-valves-vr-design-smarts-and-4-cameras.html#tk.rss_all