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VR-helmet DeePoon M2 do not need a smartphone or computer

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    Most modern helmets of virtual reality (Virtual Reality, VR) rely on your smartphone or on an external computing unit when you use them – for example, a video game console or a personal computer. But there is a completely self-contained device, such as, Sulon the Q . Another innovation was a gadget called DeePoon M2.

    In the development of new products took part specialists ARM. mini-computer based processor Samsung Exynos 7420. This CPU has eight cores: quartets ARM Cortex-A57 and ARM Cortex-A53. graphics processing is assigned to the controller integrated ARM Mali-T760 MP8.

    The helmet has on-board 3 GB of RAM LPDDR4-1600, flash module with a capacity of 32 GB, dual-band wireless adapter Wi-Fi and Controller Bluetooth 4.0.

    As part of the new items applied a quality OLED-display with a diagonal of 5.7 inches and a resolution of 2560 × 1440 pixels. The refresh rate of 60-70 Hz. Focus adjustment is possible. Nutrition provides the battery capacity of 3000 mAh.

    The helmet is already available for pre-order for $488 with coupon:YFJ100. Will the device be in demand, it is not clear. The fact that the characteristics of it is comparable to a powerful smartphone, And you can check the Deepoon M2 VS Samsung Gear. Therefore the feasibility of the acquisition of such hybrid doubt: it is possible to buy a separate mobile device and inexpensive accessory like Google Cardboard to use your smartphone as a VR-devices.

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