Meta Quest 3: New Mixed Reality Headset with Next-Gen Snapdragon Chipset and Full-Color Passthrough

Jakarta (ANTARA) – Meta is back to presenting its new mixed reality headset, the Meta Quest 3 which launches for US$499.99 or the equivalent of Rp.7.4 million, the device will be available in all countries that have received Meta Quest support in autumn 2023.

In the Meta blog upload, Thursday (1/6), Meta Quest 3 is claimed to have a higher resolution than Quest 2 because it is powered by the next generation Snapdragon chipset which will provide more than double the graphics performance from the previous generation Snapdragon GPU in Quest 2.

There is also support for full-color passthrough which can provide a high-resolution color mixed reality experience.

The new headset is also said to have a 40 percent slimmer optical profile compared to its predecessor.

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For Meta Quest 3, users can still experience an additional controller called Touch Plus which has been redesigned.

Thanks to the innovation of tracking technology, the outer tracking ring is no longer needed on the new controllers so that the user can move more freely.

If you previously owned a Touch Pro controller, then you should be able to use it as it is compatible with Meta Quest 3.

The motion controllers can be purchased separately from the Meta Quest 3 headset.

In terms of available games, Meta Quest 3 will be compatible with the Quest 2 catalog of over 500 games, apps and VR experiences.

If interested in more information about Quest 3, then you can go to the official website to register the desired details.

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Translator: Livia Kristianti
Editor: Siti Zulaikha

2023-06-02 03:51:51
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