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Meta promises that the upcoming headset will be the “very first mainstream headset with high-res colour” and “thinner and more effective than ever before.”
The Meta Quest 3 headset and its fall release window were announced today.
Meta’s next standalone VR headset will start at $499 ($690 in Canada), and the company claims it will be 40% thinner than its predecessor while also boasting improved screens, higher resolution, and “high-res colour.”
In addition to new haptic “Touch Plus” controllers, it will have a next-gen Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU, which Meta claims has twice the graphics capability of the Quest 2.
The whole catalogue of games from Quest 2 will be compatible with Quest 3, as confirmed by Meta.
On September 27 during Meta’s Connect conference, the company is expected to unveil further details about the headset.
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Meta today revealed its Meta Quest 3 headset together with a fall release window.
The base design of Meta’s latest stand-alone VR headset will begin at $499 ($690 in Canada), with the business assuring it will be 40% thinner, with much better screens, greater resolution, and “high-res color.”
It will likewise include a next-gen Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset that Meta is promoting as having double the graphics efficiency of the Quest 2, in addition to brand-new “Touch Plus” controllers with haptic performance.
Meta has actually verified Quest 3 will work with the whole Quest 2 library of titles.
More information on the headset are anticipated to be revealed September 27 throughout Meta’s Connect conference.