HP has just unveiled a new VR headset, the HP Reverb G2. A headset that it claims is “the world’s highest resolution VR headset among major vendors”, which feels like HP is just trying to upset fans of the Pimax 8K. The Reverb G2 also features new cutting-edge optics, inside-out tracking, spatial 3D audio, natural gestures, and plug and play support for Windows Mixed Reality and SteamVR.

You’d be forgiven for thinking that HP has taken a bit of a backseat in the recent VR revival, but it turns out it’s been working in the background with Valve and Microsoft to improve on the original Reverb. This new headset retains the Reverb’s 2160 x 2160 per eye resolution and the 114-degree field of view, but improves upon it, with better spatial audio, 4-camera inside-out tracking for better all-round monitoring of your hands, and improved comfort for longer sessions.

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