Pico 4 Malaysia price and availability
Pico 4 specs and features
Virtual reality headsets tend to be big and bulky, but Pico claims the 4 is among the smallest and lightest device of its type on the market. The company has positioned the battery to the back of the straps, resulting in a main unit that weighs just 295g—a reduction of 26.2% over previous models. The use of the pancake lens has also shrunk the thickness of the main unit to only 35.8mm at the thinnest point.
Acting as a counterweight is the 5,300mAh battery that provides around three hours of use, with support for up to 20W fast charging. It powers a Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2 chip—the same one found in the Meta (previously Oculus) Quest 2—and two 2.56-inch LCD displays that together provide a resolution of 4,320×2,160, or 20.6 pixels per degree (PPD). The 90Hz displays offer a 105-degree field of view (FOV) and feature motorised interpupillary distance adjustment.
The Pico 4 runs on Pico OS 5.0 that provides access to games, videos and movies, as well as allowing users to create custom avatars; a Pico Worlds metaverse experience will be launched later on. Also coming next year is Just Dance VR, a virtual reality version of the popular Nintendo Switch dancing game, which will be a Pico exclusive.
This being a ByteDance product, the device also comes with a TikTok app that allows users to watch the service’s popular short-form videos. You can also connect the headset to the phone using the Pico VR app, as well as to PCs via Pico Link.
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