Meta Quest Pro will ship on October 25th for $1499
On October 25th, the Meta Quest Pro will be available for purchase at a cost of $1499. In 22 different countries, you can pre-order Meta Quest Pro right now, and it will start arriving on the 25th of October. One of the most cutting-edge virtual reality (VR) systems available on the market today is the Meta Quest Pro. A flagship price of $1499 has been decided upon for the product. If you want to step up your game while still maintaining your sense of style, spending the extra money on this item is money well spent. The Quest Pro is the most advanced model in the Quest virtual reality headset family. It has a brand-new processor and screen, a completely redesigned body and controllers, eye and face tracking features with inward-facing cameras, and a new color video feed that can be used with mixed reality applications.
It has the newly announced Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2 Plus processor, which is a 50% improvement in terms of raw compute power when compared to the Quest. Additionally, it comes bundled with 12 gigabytes of memory rather than 6 gigabytes, paired with 256 gigabytes of fast storage; there is no base 128GB variant. The contrast is increased by around 75%, and the number of pixels per degree of sight is increased by slightly more than 10%, despite the fact that the screen specs on paper are the same as the Quest 2’s 1800 x 1920 pixel LCD display per eye.
Each of the Quest motion controllers is coupled with its very own Snapdragon 662 mobile processor, making them what Meta referred to as “essentially their own computers.” The Quest motion controllers are one more thing that has undergone a comprehensive redesign. The battery life, which is apparently supposed to be somewhere between one and two hours, and the charging time, which is said to be two hours, both appear to be a bit of a step backward.
Instead of using LED rings around the top of the old Quest headset to track its controllers, the new motion controllers come equipped with three built-in cameras that have motion tracking similar to that of the headset. This allows for freedom of motion in all 360 degrees for your hands while they are in a virtual reality setting. The batteries in the controllers can be recharged using a dock that also charges the headset. This feature was implemented by Meta. They also included something called “TruTouch haptics,” which is going to enable more realistic force feedback and come with “an optional clip-on stylus that lets you write precisely and virtually on real-world things.”
The Meta Quest Pro virtual reality system is the result of years of research and development, and it is the most robust and cutting-edge iteration of Meta’s VR system yet. The release of Meta Quest Pro demonstrates our commitment to creating Meta, the most powerful, accurate, and all-encompassing virtual reality gaming system that is currently on the market. Pre-orders for Meta Quest Pro are already being accepted, and shipments are scheduled to begin later this month.