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The Sulon Q is a wireless, AMD-powered VR headset with a full-blown PC inside

Brad Chacos | March 15, 2016
No wires, no external PCs, no base stations.

While the Vive and Rift are dedicated virtual reality devices and Microsoft’s HoloLens is focused around augmented reality, the Sulon Q was designed for both. Beyond VR, the headset leverages the holographic capabilities Microsoft’s building into Windows 10 to allow you to create virtual interfaces over your surroundings, Minority Report-style.

Look for the Sulon Q to launch sometime this spring for an undisclosed amount. Don’t expect it to be cheap, though, as the Oculus Rift costs $600 and doesn’t even feature internal PC components. 


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