We recently presented the first information about Meta’s plans to focus on developing its metaverse, as well as virtual reality devices, ie. VR glasses. On that occasion, there were allegations about when the four incoming devices could appear in front of the audience, and at this moment there is the first unofficial information about what price awaits us.
Project Cambria price
To disappoint you right away, you won’t be happy, as Meta’s plans that have surfaced on the internet suggest that the price of a virtual reality device codenamed Project Cambria will be $799. So, this one “Face laptop” as Meta itself likes to talk about this device, it will cost an unreal eight hundred dollars, writes TechRadar.
On the other hand, the company Meta announces this device as a high-budget tool for enjoying all the benefits of virtual reality, and therefore probably in their metaverse. We don’t know who would like to enjoy the metaverse, but we now seem to know that they will have to pay dearly.
The first (blurry) photo of this device to appear on the internet shows a slightly redesigned VR headset compared to Quest 2. In addition to these design differences, it is assumed that Project Cambria could have 8GB of RAM as well as 256GB of storage. .
In addition, a more powerful processor is expected, and the TechRadar portal suggests that Meta may need to design a chipset to run this device, as Qualcomm has yet to unveil a successor to the Snapdragon XR2 that powered the Quest 2 virtual reality device.
Finally, it is expected that Project Cambria will have two displays based on mini LED technology, which will most likely bring a screen refresh rate of 120Hz. At this point, Meta has announced that Project Cambria could appear in public during the second quarter of this year, but the exact date is not yet known.