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Check out the first Windows VR headsets from Dell, HP and Acer

It’s a tantalizing glimpse at affordable VR headsets.
Devindra Hardawar, @devindra
January 5, 2017
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Just a few days after Lenovo unveiled its Windows 10 VR headset, Microsoft showed off at a CES media event what HP, Dell and Acer are working on. Unfortunately, they were all under glass, so all we could do was ogle at the hardware. Still, the designs look interesting. Acer's looks like it comes straight from the company's gaming team, while HP's has a cool black aesthetic. I was particularly surprised by Dell's headset, which resembles the PlayStation VR in a few ways.

Gallery: New Windows 10 VR headsets | 9 Photos

There's still a lot we don't know about these headsets, unfortunately. We hear they're all going to be available this year, with the cheapest going for around $300. Microsoft reps say they should work with integrated laptops in graphics, but of course we're taking that with a grain of salt. The only thing that's certain right now is that it's going to be a big year for Windows Holographic and VR in general.

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