I strongly beg to differ,…
I first tested the HP win MR system and loved the build quality and resolution (which is better than the vive).
The controllers feel a lot cheaper/lighter than the vive ones which are absolutely great.
However, in their attempt to build a (slightly) cheaper setup they made compromises that will fail their entire concept.
The biggest issue for me was swapping out the batteries every hour of use only after noticing glitches more and more (there is no battery lvl indication, they just slowly stop working). That just frustrated the hell out of me.
The other issue is that they track everything (ie controller movements) with the front cameras. When a controller is not in sight it is ‘lost’ and even worse it tends to get a life of it’s own and randomly appears in front of you.
Lastly it was obvious that decent content and support was missing and you are bound to the windows store (!) most likely this will get better but i didn’t like this at all and felt i had boarded the wrong train.
Like i said, the biggest issues are the tracking and batteries, something they can’t address within their design layout forced onto all of the brands making these headsets. I’m sure that for some uses this mr gear can work but i’d strongly advise against it and buy a vive or anything else really.
Sent the damn thing back, ordered a vive and never looked back, working like it should without the frustration, glitches, etc.
Just my objective findings between the 2 systems.