Lenovo's first VR700 headset was officially announced earlier and adopts the iconic “Y” design of the Legion series.
Lenovo Legion VR700 announced with Qualcomm XR2 chip and RealRGB 4K screen
Today, the brand brought more details on VR700. The new product is equipped with Qualcomm XR2 processor, the processor used by traditional VR headsets. Compared to the previous generation CPU and GPU, the performance has been improved and the video bandwidth has been improved by 4 times. 10x higher resolution and 11x faster AI performance.
In terms of display, this headset uses a RealRGB 4K display and supports a high refresh rate. In addition, it supports 6DoF interactive system, which can realize dual 6DoF spatial somatosensory positioning of the head and hand, and the positioning of the handle is more accurate.
In addition, this headset also supports the entire network of iQIYI, adopts the iQUT 2.0 standard and uses VR700 as a carrier to realize the integration of devices and cloud, giving users a better visual experience.
Lenovo Legion VR700 hardware is similar to the Qiyu Dream Pro VR all-in-one machine previously released by iQiyi. The starting price of the latter starts at 2499 yuan (360 euros). The price of this new Lenovo product is expected to be similar.