The upgraded HP Reverb G2 is an interesting VR headset that was built with support from Microsoft and Valve. As such, it’s designed to work with not only VR games and experiences through SteamVR, but also supports Windows Mixed Reality as well.
The HP Reverb G2 is built to be a winner in various different departments. It sports “industry-leading lenses” designed by Valve, an ultra-sharp display with a higher pixel count than the other popular VR headsets out there, and an intelligently thought-out setup.
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