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1. Based on wearable backpack VR PCs as of March 26, 2019 and power based on processor, graphics and memory. VR Headset sold separately.​

2. VR application compatibility required. 30 day trial of HP Omnicept can be downloaded from the HP Developer Portal (https://developers.hp.com/). Functionality is limited to sensor data after the trial period. To continue full functionality, resale model requires Royalty License; per seat Developer and Runtime License is required for Enterprise and Government customers. Available in select countries. For complete details see hp.com/omnicept.

3. Based on HP’s internal analysis of companies that have shipped greater than 50,000 VR tethered headsets. Resolution based on panel pixel count as of May 2020.

 

 

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