When the ‘virtual’ is the ‘real’
DeLL Technical Support and DirectV Technical Support are working together to help you make the transition to virtual reality, as they begin to roll out the technology in the coming months.
“We have worked together closely over the past year to prepare for the deployment of the next generation of hardware, with a view to bringing VR to as many consumers as possible,” said Kevin L. Smith, senior vice president of Technical Support for DeLL.
“It’s important to note that we have been working with partners like Samsung, Dell, and TCL on the implementation of this technology, and it will be coming to many of our customers soon.”
The first virtual reality headsets to be deployed are the Samsung Gear VR, a virtual reality headset with built-in 4K support for $499 and Samsung’s own Gear VR Elite, which includes an 8-core processor, 16GB of memory, an optical drive, and a headset.
“Today, we’re delivering more than 100,000 units of our Samsung Gear virtual reality virtual reality experience to more than 25,000 consumers,” said TCL’s COO, Craig Miller.
“Our first VR headset, the Samsung VR Elite VR, is available in stores starting in February and we expect to have more than 20,000 headsets deployed by the end of the year.”
TCL also announced the Samsung HMD Gear VR and Samsung Gear Elite, and announced its own VR headset to be launched in March.
DeLL’s virtual reality hardware is also set to be the first to be used in the production of consumer headsets for consumers, and has the ability to deliver 3D experiences for both virtual and real life.
Dell has a VR headset that is designed specifically for consumers.
The Samsung GearVR is designed to be a comfortable headset for the average person to wear for more than six hours a day, with its large screen size, ergonomic design, and the ability for users to control the volume with their hands.
The GearVR Elite is designed for users with an extreme focus on gaming and virtual reality.
The headset is equipped with a 6-inch touch screen with a resolution of 800×480 pixels.
DeL also recently announced the launch of its new Gear VR SmartWatch.
The SmartWatch has a 2.1GHz Snapdragon S4 processor with 64GB of storage, and will be available in April for $299.
DeWalt is working with TCL to create a VR device that is more durable and durable for the consumer, which has been the key focus of the company for a while now.
“DeWalt has been working closely with our partners in manufacturing and integration of new technologies and processes for the last decade, and we’re excited to continue to expand our capabilities in this area,” said DeWelter.
“As we transition to this next phase of virtual reality deployment, we are committed to providing customers with the best possible VR experiences.
Deels new GearVR SmartWatch will be ready to go for consumers in early February.
DeVices hardware also has the potential to improve the productivity of virtual employees and managers.
The DeWalters latest GearVR Pro, which will be launched on March 15, will have an Intel Atom processor with 1GB of RAM, 8GB of onboard storage, a USB Type-C port, and support for a Bluetooth 4.1 connection.
The Pro will be a fully-functioning VR headset.
The latest Samsung Gear Virtual Reality headset that will be announced on February 21 is the Samsung VIVE headset. “
The DeWelt suite is designed with VR in mind and the capabilities are already in place for the development of virtual assistants and augmented reality solutions,” said Michael E. Haggerty, president and CEO of DeWELter.
The latest Samsung Gear Virtual Reality headset that will be announced on February 21 is the Samsung VIVE headset.
It has a resolution 880×480, a built-out screen with an integrated 360-degree viewing system, a 5MP rear camera, a 3MP front camera, and an integrated microphone.
The VIVE is compatible with both Samsung and HTC devices.
The S3 VR suite is also a virtual workplace with a large screen that supports a 4K resolution and will launch on March 28.
Samsung announced a new VR headset and companion app called “Virtual Real Time,” which is set to launch later this year.
The new app provides a more efficient way to access your devices virtual reality environment.
“While VR is still in its infancy, it is already making strides in productivity, productivity apps, and productivity software,” said Haggery.
“Virtual Reality is now available on all the big players in the VR space including Samsung, HTC, and Apple, and they have a wealth of products available for you to try.
As the VR landscape matures, we’ll be adding new and exciting VR apps to our ecosystem to keep you connected.” The DeL VR