The Pimax Crystal is an advanced immersive device that offers a remarkable resolution of 5760 x 2880 pixels, currently the highest among all VR headsets available to consumers, according to Pimax. It delivers enhanced visuals through the use of QLED+Mini LED panels and local dimming technology, which improves the brightness of colorful areas and dims dark areas for better image quality.

The Pimax Crystal can be used either as a standard PC VR headset or as a standalone device. It is equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2 and Pimax’s Customized PC VR Engine Dual-processor chip, allowing users to access a wide range of PC VR games as well as standalone games available on the Pimax Play platform, such as Crisis VRigade 2 and Audio Trip.

Regardless of the mode chosen, the device can be operated wirelessly through wifi streaming or with the optional 60G wireless module. Additionally, there is no need for base stations because the headset is equipped with four external depth-of-field cameras. However, Pimax does offer an optional Lighthouse cover for PC VR mode.

Other notable features of the Pimax Crystal include high-fidelity 3D stereo surround sound, replaceable 35 pixels-per-degree (PPD) lenses, and foveated rendering powered by built-in eye-tracking technology, which can track eye movements at a rate of 120 times per second.

The Pimax Crystal is currently available for purchase, starting at $1,599. Each purchase includes a headset, two motion controllers, a charging dock, additional lenses, the Power&Connection HUB kit, and all the necessary accessories to get started.

To secure the headset, interested individuals can visit Pimax is offering a special promotion for the first 500 customers, who will receive a pair of DMAS headphones at no extra cost. Additionally, potential buyers can try the headset at one of Pimax’s numerous Experience Centers before making a purchase.

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