Pico announced today in France the arrival of its Neo 3 Link Pickaxea version with DisplayPort connector of their Pico Neo 3, which have specifications that put them on a par with the Meta Quest 2. Among them, we find a Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2, 6GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage.
Also, it has a screen resolution of 3664×1920 pixels at 90Hz, and it has a DisplayPort connector with cable included, so that we can play on our computer through the helmet with an uncompressed video stream, something that can provide a very good experience compared to wireless solutions.
The Pico Neo 3 initially went on sale in Asia last year, where they did it with games like Superhot VR, Contractors and Red Matter, and has not been announced for sale in Europe until now. Initially, these helmets can be found in Germany, France, Spain, and the Netherlands in May, where they will arrive at a price of 449 euros.
For its part, the United Kingdom will receive this helmet at a price of 399 pounds sterling, while a US release is not expected for now.