After speculations, leaks and other incidents, Meta officially presented its new mixed reality glasses, which will allow access to virtual reality and augmented reality, which are called Meta Quest Pro, among the main features, highlight that they are lighter, with greater quality and projection capacity.
These new glasses also have within their functions the ability to perform eye tracking, color video in high resolution and projection on physical objects with the aim of having augmented reality to be used in completely controlled and professional environments.
The new glasses have a Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2-Plus processor that promises to provide better autonomy and energy efficiency with 12 GB of RAM, 256GB of storage and a weight of 722 grams.
They have screens of 1800 x 1920 pixels per eye, which at the same time give a refresh rate of 90 Hz, in addition to a contrast 75 percent higher than their predecessors.
The controls were redesigned, feature new cameras and the option to place a stylus to draw in augmented reality when using walls or tables.
Both the viewfinder and the controls now have rechargeable batteries, the design has a charging base that at the same time works as a support for all components when not in use.
The presentation of the new META glasses was the target of some criticism due to a considerable price increase, almost 4 times that of its predecessors. The new Meta Quest Pro cost $1,499, while the Quest 2 stood at $399.
The Meta Quest Pro will arrive in stores from October 25 and can now be booked by pre-sale on the official website of the brand.