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May 8, 2018

Mirage Solo Now Available as World’s First Standalone Google Daydream VR Headset

Comes accompanied by the Mirage Camera VR180 camera

Lenovo launched today the world's first standalone VR (Virtual Reality) headset to use Google's Daydream virtual reality platform, the Mirage Solo, along with the Mirage Camera.

Featuring no cables or anything that would keep you from exploring the infinite virtual reality world, the Mirage Solo is now available for purchase as world's first standalone VR headset powered by Daydream, a virtual reality platform developed by Google and built into the Linux-based Android mobile operating system.

"Break free from reality and the limitations of old VR. Watch that game-winning shot–as if you're right there in the front row. Live-stream your wedding in 3D–so everyone can be part of it. The next generation VR headset has arrived," said Lenovo. "Introducing Mirage Solo, the world’s first stand-alone Daydream headset, and the Mirage Camera."

The Lenovo Mirage Solo is the VR headset you've always wanted, and it comes accompanied by Mirage Camera, a light and compact camera designed to capture VR content that you can later enjoy on the Mirage Solo headset to relive the moment. It features a dual 13MP stereoscopic camera system that records ultra-high definition, 4K resolution videos, which you can live-stream or share with your friends and family.
"Mirage Solo gives you access to hundreds of Daydream VR content"

Thanks to Daydream support, the Mirage Solo standalone VR headset from Lenovo gives you access to hundreds of Daydream VR content. The headset is also equipped with WorldSense, a technology used for high-quality positional tracking on mobile devices, allowing you to enjoy WorldSense-powered experiences like Blade Runner Revelations.

The Mirage Solo can be yours today for $400 USD, and the Mirage Camera would costs $300 USD. You can buy them together or separately, as they do not depend on each other. Please note that some VR content might be region-locked, so check out if you have access to all the Daydream VR games, apps, and other experiences before buying the headset. More details can be found on the official website and the attached videos below.

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