Lenovo Mirage Solo is the first standalone Daydream headset. Revealed at CES 2018, the headset integrates Google’s WorldSense six degrees of freedom (6DoF) positional tracking alongside the headset’s 3DoF controller.
The Mirage Solo VR headset takes advantage of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor to power Google Daydream. As the “solo” in the name suggests, this headset doesn’t need a phone to be plugged in, and is a completely standalone device. The Mirage Solo uses the same Daydream controller as the official model to control the virtual world around you.
The Mirage Solo is definitely bigger than a regular VR headset, but is still relatively compact when you consider all that it’s packing inside. Unlike Google’s model, most of the pressure is on your forehead when you wear the Mirage Solo, and it remains comfortable enough even when using it for a longer duration.
The Mirage Solo’s smooth plastic exterior, which sports an adjustable head strap, houses hardware powerful enough to drive VR apps and games. There’s a 5.5-inch Quad HD (2560×1440) display with a 110-degree field of view, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8345 processor paired with 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of UFS storage (expandable via microSD slot). It’s all powered by a 4,000mAh battery that Lenovo says lasts up to seven hours..
- Dimensions (W x L x H) (mm) : 204.01 x 269.5 x 179.86 (inches) : 8.03″ x 10.61″ x 7.08
- Weight: 645 g (1.42 lbs)
- Color: Moonlight White
- Operating System: Daydream OS
- Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon™ 835
- Audio: Android N Pro Audio, 3.5 mm Audio Jack with Dual Microphones
- RAM : 4 GB
- ROM : 64 GB UFS
- Card Slot : microSD Card; Up to 256 GB
- Battery: 4000 mAh Li-ion Polymer (standby and general usage time TBA)
- Display 5.5″ Resolution QHD (2560 x 1440) LCD, 75 Hz
- Lens : 2 x Fresnel-Aspheric, 110° FOV
- WLAN : WiFi 802.11 ac/n 2×2 MIMO Dual Band
- Bluetooth: Bluetooth® 5.0 + BLE
In the box
- Lenovo Mirage Solo
- Daydream Wireless Motion Controller
- Travel Adapter
- USB Type-C™ Cable
- 3.5 mm Earphones
- User Manual
- Quick Start Guide
- Warranty Card