The device packs plenty of power for a standalone system, The Pico Neo 2 runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and has 6GB RAM. That’s a nice upgrade compared to Quest’s Snapdragon 835 and 4GB of RAM. There is also 128gb of expandable storage to boot, more than enough to hold all of the applications and videos and still have lots of room to spare, for sound, there’s positional audio equipment built in, so it can be used without headphones, there is a headphone jack for wired headphones or can be paired with Bluetooth enabled sound devices too.
Comfort is a main priority of the Neo Eye 2 as well, with padded eye and nose protectors as well as at the back of the head. The main battery compartment is located at the back of the head strap, this means that there is less chance of neck strain as the headset is well balanced on the head.
This user-friendly device is perfect for people seeking a simple VR experience, customers that are less confident with tech, or those who have portability as one of their main virtual reality hire needs.