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Complete review of Lenovo Mirage Solo virtual reality lenses



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Lenovo Mirage Solo with Daydream offers a truly immersive experience at a reasonable price.

AdvantageThe six degrees of freedom are fantastic High resolution display Good battery life Good WorldSense applications

DisadvantagesNeed more content A little big and heavy


When you wear virtual reality lenses with your smart phone, or even an Oculus Go, you are transported to another world. You can look left, right, up, down and even behind you, but unfortunately, that's all. You cannot lean or take a few steps towards an object to see it more closely. These limitations can make it a bit more difficult to feel a really immersive function, especially in a space where immersion is key to the overall experience.

The function of Six Degrees of Freedom (6DoF) or six degrees of freedom, which is the ability to move up, down, side to side and even walk, has been available in high-end virtual reality headsets such as HTC Vive and Oculus Rift, which require powerful gaming computers

But now that changed thanks to Lenovo's Mirage Solo glasses, which are powered by Google's Daydream VR platform, do not need a phone or any other device, and offer you surround RV for a price of $ 399 dollars.

While it is true that the price is still somewhat high for most, compared to other VR headsets it is quite affordable considering what it is capable of doing. It's not perfect, but the Mirage Solo is one of the first mid-range VR headphones that we didn't want to take off after our test. We tell you our impressions.

Daydream VR

Before diving into the headphones, let's talk briefly about the Daydream VR platform. Daydream is a virtual reality platform from Google, and is based on Android. First debut with their own Google Daydream View glasses, which rely heavily on the Google Pixel phone to work. Then I better compared the headphones in 2017, adding a better system and features, and announced that I will work with third-party manufacturers to build independent VR headsets.