Lenovo hasn’t made the best bets in virtual reality up until this point, however, it appears as though the organization’s going to attempt again — as indicated by a new FCC filing for the “Lenovo VR3030S,” which organization docs distinguish as an up and coming standalone VR headset.
Standalone implies that like Lenovo’s past Mirage Solo or the Oculus Quest, it shouldn’t expect to connect a phone or PC, because the preparing power is manufactured right in. Be that as it may, where the ill-fated Mirage Solo depended on Google’s adequately dead Daydream VR platform, another headset will probably run on an alternate one: maybe Valve’s Steam VR, Microsoft’s Windows Mixed Reality, or perhaps Facebook’s Oculus?
Discussing Lenovo’s unfortunate bets in virtual reality, the Chinese electronics organization was behind the Oculus Rift S headset — the fastened PC one that injury up playing second fiddle to the standalone Oculus Quest.
While the FCC filings don’t offer some other subtleties on the new standalone VR headset, everyone is interested if Lenovo will submit FCC certification documents for another set of VR controllers, as well — the Mirage Solo wound up depending on Google-fabricated wands, even though Lenovo wound up building its very own simple two-button sticks for its second-gen Mirage AR headset with Disney.