Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality are two of the most wanted features, but so far with products like Oculus   and the HTC Vive that asked for a NASA computer to have at home, it’s time to go on a different path and there’s where the Sulon Q enter

The first all-in-one, tether-free, “wear and play” VR and AR device

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If you don’t want to pay a fortune your better options are Google and Samsung devices, which comes with a far better price but are useless without a phone.

Oculus, Sony and HTC offers are more attractive but demand a way bigger budget, besides been tied to an external devices al well.

The Sulon Q on the other hand, is totally independent, giving the user freedom of movement and enjoyment anywhere.

Using the latest technology to transform any room into an immersive experience backed by AMD the headset is quite different from what we’ve seen lately.

Some of the internals we have:

AMD FX-8800P processor at up to 35W with Radeon™ R7 Graphics Core Next architecture.

4 compute cores and 8 GPU cores  through a revolutionary Heterogeneous System Architecture (HSA)

A 2,560 x 1,440 OLED Screen resolution

110-degree field of view

DirectX® 12 and Vulkan

A custom spatially optimized Sulon Q™ earbuds

Dual noise-cancelling embedded microphones.

An FX-8800P “Carrizo” APU

A 3.5mm audio jack

It uses spatial mapping in real-time to bring the entire space you are occupying into your experience allowing you to seamlessly transition from the real world to virtual worlds.

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With full compatibility with Windows 10 the devices seems to be a truly unique experience.

There’s no word about price or availability beyond the launch date during Spring 2016.

Bu what do you think about this? Been able to play VR or AR games even in the forest with some friends sounds good to you? Let us know in the comment section below.

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Written by Vicente A. George

Technology enthusiast. 10 years in love of mobile technology; Radio Shows Co-producer, Chef and photographer on my free time, I've spend most of my teen and adult life searching for tech that helped me on my daily activities. TechBuzzIreland American Correspondent, for Spanish and American content and contacts