The Apple Vision Pro Is a Marvel. But Who Will Buy It?
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The Apple Vision Pro headset offers impressive features such as eye-tracking and gesture-based controls. It aims to solve the problem of limited novelty and minor annoyances that cause other headsets to end up collecting dust in closets.
I can say two things about my first impressions of the Vision Pro. First, in many ways, the Vision Pro is an impressive product, one that has been many years and billions of dollars in the making. It's leaps and bounds better than the previous best V.R. headsets on the market, the Meta Quest series, when it comes to its eye-tracking and gesture-based controls, the quality of its displays and the way it combines immersive virtual experiences with the ability to see the world around you, a feature known as pass-through.
With a price tag of $3,500, the Vision Pro aims to offer a solution to the problem of limited novelty and minor annoyances that cause VR headsets to end up collecting dust in closets. The article discusses the author's limited demo of the headset and their inability to determine its true value or whether it solves the six-month problem. However, the author notes that the Vision Pro is an impressive product that surpasses previous VR headsets on the market.
I also can't say if the Vision Pro solves what I call the six-month problem. With many V.R. headsets I've tried and I've tried a lot the initial novelty fades, and minor annoyances, like blurry graphics or a lack of compelling apps, start to pile up. Six months later, invariably, every headset I test ends up in my closet collecting dust.
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