this is how Meta’s ambitious VR glasses are for the metaverse

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Last year around this time, Facebook changed its name and became Meta. It was a great commitment to the metaverse, an ambitious concept of a virtual world that promises to offer an immersive experience, but that needs powerful hardware to get it.

Meta, which currently sells the Oculus Quest 2, showed us this year that it was working on several projects for next-gen VR headsets, including Project Cambria. Now, the company has introduced its most powerful device to date, the quest-pro.

Meta’s most powerful goggles to date

We are, without a doubt, before an important step for Meta’s plans. The company says it has reimagined its next-generation virtual reality headset. It is a device designed to offer experiences collaborative immersive that maintains a robust and elegant design.

Internally we find a processor Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2-Plus, 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage. Meta says that the weight of the glasses, which is 122 grams, is better distributed so that they are comfortable to wear.

Meta Quest Pro 3

Regarding display technology, one of the points on which the company has worked the most, we have two screens that will offer 1800 x 1920 pixels per eye with a maximum refresh rate of 90 Hz. They promise to offer 75% more contrast than the Quest 2.

Since the Quest Pro does not need to be connected to a computer, they are powered by batteries capable of granting between 60 and 90 minutes of autonomy with a single charge. In addition, in long sessions of use they can be used connected with the included USB-C cable.

Meta Quest Pro 2

The glasses will arrive accompanied by two controls Meta Quest Touch Pro, a necessary complement to interact in virtual reality environments. It will be capable of providing TruTouch haptic feedback and will have “high-precision sensitivity” for more precise control.

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The Meta Quest Pro is not a cheap device. We are facing high-end glasses aimed at the “professional” public that will come at a price of €1,799. In Spain you can already reserve, but shipments will start on October 27.

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Last year around this time, Facebook changed its name and became Meta. It was a great commitment to the metaverse,…

Last year around this time, Facebook changed its name and became Meta. It was a great commitment to the metaverse,…

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