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When Apple unveiled the Vision Pro at WWDC in June, members of the press invited to try out the headset were able to use an optional secondary head strap that sits across the top of the head. The strap was spotted in Apple's promotional videos for the mixed reality device, but its marketing material made no mention of the accessory. Still from Apple's WWDC keynote video showing over-the-head strap in use The braided headband that goes around the back of the head has a fit adjustment dial, but the one headband may not be comfortable or secure enough for some users, especially if the device is going to be worn for extended periods of time, which is where the secondary…
There aren’t many cases of another company charging more than Apple for a similar product, but the Varjo XR-3 mixed-reality headset is a rare example. Not having been one of the chosen few to be invited to try Vision Pro (was it something I said?), I took advantage of an invitation to try what Varjo believes is the most advanced mixed-reality device available. In particular, I wanted to see whether it could change my view of the tech as something which doesn’t yet justify the steep price-tag when it comes to my own needs … more… The post Apple Vision diary: Trying the $6500 Varjo XR-3, to get a better sense of Vision Pro appeared first on 9to5Mac.
There aren’t many cases of another company charging more than Apple for a similar product, but the Varjo XR-3 mixed-reality headset is a rare example. Not having been one of the chosen few to be invited to try Vision Pro (was it something I said?), I took advantage of an invitation to try what Varjo believes is the most advanced mixed-reality device available. In particular, I wanted to see whether it could change my view of the tech as something which doesn’t yet justify the steep price-tag when it comes to my own needs … more… The post Apple Vision diary: Trying the $6500 Varjo XR-3, to get a better sense of Vision Pro appeared first on 9to5Mac.
There aren’t many cases of another company charging more than Apple for a similar product, but the Varjo XR-3 mixed-reality headset is a rare example. Not having been one of the chosen few to be invited to try Vision Pro (was it something I said?), I took advantage of an invitation to try what Varjo believes is the most advanced mixed-reality device available. In particular, I wanted to see whether it could change my view of the tech as something that doesn’t yet justify the steep price-tag when it comes to my own needs … more… The post Apple Vision diary: Trying the $6,500 Varjo XR-3, to get a better sense of Vision Pro appeared first on 9to5Mac.
On this week's episode of The MacRumors Show, we take a deep dive into the experience of using Apple's Vision Pro headset and what to expect when it goes on sale next year. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos Dan is one of the lucky individuals who has had a chance to try out Vision Pro, so we discuss his personal experience with the device. We talk through the headset's comfort, external battery pack, eye-tracking, and input mechanisms, as well as its price point, and whether it can replace any existing Apple devices. Video: Trying the Apple Vision Pro Headset We reflect on Vision Pro's eye tracking technology and what sort of trajectory the product line is…
Benjamin and Chance talk all things Apple Vision Pro, from hardware design to its features to its real-world appeal. We also walk through Chance’s impressions of his hands-on demo experience at WWDC last week. Plus, Apple just dropped a trio of new M2 Macs, including very the compelling 15-inch MacBook Air. Sponsored by Jlab: Check out Jlab’s latest Work Buds, Best Earbuds for Calls. The ultimate solution for the working professional. Sponsored by Fast Growing Trees: Join 1.5 million happy customers and save 15% off your perfect plants, shrubs, and trees! Sponsored by Ladder: Go to Ladderlife.com/HappyHour today to see if you’re instantly approved. more… The post 9to5Mac Happy Hour 438: Hands-on impressions and thoughts on Apple Vision Pro design and features appeared first on 9to5Mac.
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