Pimax 4K VR

If you talk about virtual reality and choices of Chinese origin it is likely to quickly make connections with models that stand out for their affordable price, usually taking advantage of the screen and hardware that each user on your smartphone to offer immersive experiences. However, this does not mean you can not get high-end options, as in the case of 4K Pimax VR.

Pimax 4K VR are glasses VR high-end stand out as one of the most interesting projects to analyze after the most popular on the market, such as Oculus Rift, Playstation VR and HTC Vive, and is clearly positioned as a direct competitor of all of them. To achieve this, it is associated with Windows operating system supported.

Features 4K VR Pimax

Dimensions 18.00 x 11.70 x 9.00 cm
Weight 500 grams
Black colors
Plastic materials for glasses
Compatibility Windows 10
Resolution 3840 x 2160 pixels at 60 fps
110 ° viewing angle
Sensors Gyroscope, accelerometer, magnetometer, range and light sensor
1.4B HDMI ports, USB 2.0 / 3.0, 3.5mm headphone jack
Box Contents 1 x 3D Headset, 1 x cleaning cloth, 2 x headphones, 2 x fastening tapes
Design under the same trend

VR 4K Pimax
Pimax VR 4K feature a classic style
In the first instance it is important to mark the design of Pimax 4K VR follows the same path as the other models we have already known, that is a main viewer of significant size that is held by a series of three strips of adjustable plastic head.

While the overall construction of the glasses correspond to plastics, not missing a small metal edges that give extra protection against possible fatal blows, along with a padded surface over the area that contacts the face to avoid discomfort after prolonged use.

In total, the product size is 18.00 x 11.70 x 9.00 cm with a weight of 500 grams. Not missing a traditional headphones that can be adjusted to the exact position of the user’s ears, although these can also peculiarly detached from the computer and even a version without this accessory included marketed.

Enjoy 4K content

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VR 4K Pimax protect eyesight
One of the most critical points that have the glasses using the phone screen is that many times the HD resolution up to Full HD and does not generate a viewing experience good enough (even can give dizziness). Thus, Pimax 4K VR has worked to get the support 4K resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels) whenever it is available.

In addition to this figure, helmets get a field of view of 110 ° and a rate framerate of 60 fps stable. Not lack the option to adjust the focus to personalized user comfort way, while preventing eye damage because of blue laser, all thanks to an intelligent adjustment of light and brightness.

As if this were not enough, those who suffer from myopia can also use these glasses VR high-end without any problems, even leaving its structure a space of 18 x 150 mm to fit within lenses who have this kind of decline visual.

Hardware self and others

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Pimax 4K are compatible with VR experiences Oculus
As reported previously, Pimax 4K VR is based on computers as a source of operation, either for display on a screen of huge dimensions the desktop and any software you have installed on your PC to access playback of audiovisual content. Its support not only reaches the last Windows 10, but also previous versions 7 and 8.

Obviously not all computers are able to enjoy virtual reality, so that those responsible for the glasses have as minimum requirements for proper execution an Intel Core i5, GPU DirectX 3D10, Nvida GT X960 or AMD R9 290 processor and higher at least 4 GB of storage and output ports HDMI 1.4B, USB 2.0 / 3.0.

As for the glasses, all it complemented by the presence of a 1000Hz gyroscope, accelerometer, magnetometer, range and light sensor, key to allow the user to scroll through various interfaces, experiences and even gaming items.

Finally, Glasses VR high-end allows users to connect their own favorite headphones via a traditional Jack 3.5 mm and support for 5.1 stereo sound, while they bring a driver installed for different games developed for Oculus or Steam VR can work here as well

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