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Meta Quest Pro, the “most enhanced” VR headset yet from Facebook’s parent company, went on sale last month — but it’ll cost you a pretty penny. The VR headset, which “enables full-color mixed reality” that blends “virtual experience with your physical world,” retails for $1,499.99.
Looking for a splurge-worthy Christmas gift for the techie in your life? Meta Quest Pro is the first in the brand’s line of high-end VR headsets. The multifunctional VR and MR device provides high-resolution, mixed reality and blends two worlds by allowing you to dip into the virtual realm without leaving your physical environment.
Features include high-resolution sensors that enable full-color, mixed reality experiences, along with advanced LCD displays delivering sharper visuals and “next-generation” pancake optics.
The Meta Quest Pro includes a headset, two self-tracking Meta Quest Touch Pro controllers, stylus tips, partial light blockers, and a charging dock. Each controller has three built-in sensors that track their position in 3D space (independent of the headset) to provide a 360-degree range of motion.
Meta Quest Pro features a sleek design, complete with guided Fit Adjustment, eye tracking, and Natural Facial Expressions. The device is also useful for creating, collaborating, and experiencing music and other entertainment in the VR space.
You can order Meta Quest Pro at Amazon, Best Buy, and Meta.com. Additionally, the Meta Quest Pro Compact Charging Dock ($79.99), Meta Quest Pro VR earphones ($49.99), and Meta Quest Pro Carry Case from Incase ($119.95) are on sale now. The Meta Quest Pro Full Lights Blocker ($49.99) will be out Nov. 22.