First Look: Lenovo Mirage Solo Takes Daydream VR Standalone With Limits

Update March 29: The

Lenovo Mirage Solo is available for pre-order on Amazon and ships May 6. Amazon started to

take pre-orders for the new Lenovo Mirage Camera with Daydream on Sunday. The online inventory tracking app,

The Tracker first

spotted the

pre-order availability of the new VR180 camera. The Lenovo Mirage Camera with Daydream is on sale on for



has moved back the release date of the Lenovo Mirage Camera from May 4 to

May 6. The shipping date of the Lenovo Mirage Solo VR headset has also been updated to May 6. Lenovo has not announced a specific release date for its new highly anticipated virtual reality devices.

Amazon is still not taking pre-orders for the

Lenovo Mirage Solo. As both new VR devices ship on the same date, we expect the Lenovo Mirage Solo VR headset to be up for pre-order on very soon. The Tracker app can notify you as soon as it is available. Find the details on

how to find the Lenovo Mirage Solo in stock in our earlier report.

The Lenovo Mirage Solo is one of the first stand-alone VR headsets. You do not need a smartphone or PC to engage in VR content. Lenovo will face a tough competition from the VR pioneer Oculus. The

Oculus Go is a stand-alone VR headset that stuns with its low price of $199. This is half the price the Lenovo Mirage Solo.

Features of the Lenovo Mirage Solo include Worldsense. You can get up off your chair and truly explore your virtual world, free from external sensors. Duck, dodge, sidestep and leap, just like in real life.

Lenovo Mirage Solo's engineered to be so comfortable, you’ll forget you were wearing it. Artfully weight-balanced and coated with breathable, thick padding, it's adjustable to your precise measurements. Mirage Solo sports a stand-out look that begs to be worn, while gesturing to the future. VR has never been so appealing.

With 4GB of RAM and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor engineered for lifelike VR, the Mirage Solo is the one device that pushes Daydream to its fullest potential. Debuting a blur-free, low-latency QHD IPS display and a 110˚ field of view, the Lenovo Mirage Solo delivers incredible VR sessions for the most demanding discoverers, offering up to 7 hours on a single charge.

The Lenovo Mirage Camera lets you share your once-in-a-lifetime moments with friends, so they can see what you saw with the exact same lifelike clarity, and go through what you experienced first hand. Thanks to two 13MP fisheye cameras to create depth perception synced with 3D native stereoscopic technology.

With 180x180 degree field of capture, all you need to worry about is where to point and shoot. It’s literally impossible to miss, the Mirage VR Camera captures everything your eye can see and more.

With native 4K video and advanced auto-image stabilization, your VR videos and photos have never looked so crisp and immersive. You'll feel like you were actually there.

You can share what you capture instantly. Lenovo tightly integrated the Lenovo Mirage Camera with Google Photos and YouTube. All content can be uploaded to Google Photos and live-streamed on YouTube in VR.

The Lenovo Mirage Camera is designed for simplicity, with just three buttons: power, shutter and function. Toggle between three modes: photo, video and live broadcasting. Download the VR180 app by Google to turn your phone’s screen into a viewfinder, letting you preview all your photos and videos before you share them. Find out more details on

The Tracker app is available for free on iOS and Android. Find the download links at the site.

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Lenovo Mirage Solo And Camera With Daydream Release Shift To May 6
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