Product Comparison: Lenovo Mirage Solo vs Oculus Go


General Specifications
Brand
Lenovo
Oculus
Model
Mirage Solo
Go
Origin
China
USA
About the Product
Meet Mirage Solo: The world’s first standalone Daydream VR Headset. Experience immersive virtual reality without a separate PC or smartphone. Deploy Google’s powerful WorldSense™ technology to lean, dodge, duck, move, avoid obstacles, and move naturally through an ever-growing library of virtual worlds. The future of VR has arrived.
Easily enter virtual reality with no PC or wires attached.1 Oculus Go is a standalone VR headset made to fit you. Designed with breathable fabrics, adjustable straps and our best lenses yet.
Key Specs
Movement Tracking
No
Yes
Control Type
3 DOF Wireless Daydream Motion Controller
Remote controller
Sensors
P-Sensor, Gyroscope, Accelerometer, Magnetometer
Accelerometer Sensor, Gyro Sensor, Proximity Sensor
Wireless
Yes
Yes
What customers say about "Key Specs"
Lenovo Mirage Solo Standalone VR Headset with Worldsense Body Tracking
  • The controller is simple and effective and lasts a long-time (12 hours per manufacturer). I never experienced having the controller getting disconnected while in VR.
  • The handheld controller is well designed and intuitive to use. I like that you can swipe in addition to point and clicking.
  • The ack-ack controller on the Solo was just plain. It wasn't bad, mind you, it just needed an intuitive trigger button like the Go.
  • One minor criticism is that the controller feels sort of cheap because it is very lightweight and basic plastic.
  • Calling the Solo "wireless" was not quite correct, since it had no built-in speakers at all.
  • Also the controller had horrible drift which made it very difficult to control. I ended up returning.
Size & Weight
Color
Moonlight White
Gray
Height
8.03 in.
8.4 in.
Width
7.08 in.
8.3 in.
Depth
10.61 in.
4.8 in.
Weight
22.75 oz.
12.5 oz.
What customers say about "Size & Weight"
Lenovo Mirage Solo Standalone VR Headset with Worldsense Body Tracking
  • It’s about the same size and footprint as a bike helmet. It’s front heavy, but after proper fitment, most of the weight will comfortably rest on the top of your forehead.
  • I was able to move around comfortably and it with no problem. If you let the weight rest on your cheekbones instead on top of your forehead, you will feel uncomfortable.
  • I use my Solo for 1-2 hours straight. And I have no complaints about its weight.
  • Compare to phone based VR headsets, it is better weight-balanced, more comfortable.
  • This product is pretty large, don’t expect it to be lugging it around the office or bar showing it off to your friends.
Display
Display Type
LCD
LCD
Field Of View
110 °
90 °
Focus Adjustment Wheel
No
No
Interpupillary Distance Adjustment
No
No
Features
Buttons
Daydream button, App button, Volume buttons, Power Button
Touch Surface, Back button, Home button
Adjustable Headband
Yes
Yes
Integrated Speaker(s)
No
Yes
Integrated Microphone
Yes
No
Power Source
Built-in rechargeable battery
Built-in rechargeable battery
Extras
Processor: Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 835 VR, Daydream 2.0, RAM: 4 GB, ROM: 64 GB UFS, microSD ™, Bluetooth ™ 5.0 + BLE, WiFi 802.11 ac/n 2x2 MIMO Dual Band, General Usage: 2.5 hours, USB-C port
Wide Quad, Fast-Switch LCD, Next-generation Oculus Lenses, Integrated Spatial Audio
What customers say about "Features"
Lenovo Mirage Solo Standalone VR Headset with Worldsense Body Tracking
  • The buttons on the remote are very convenient and easy to use.
  • The headband adjustment is great, I can adjust it for my son and for myself without any efforts.
  • The adjustment knob on the back is the most refined adjustment mechanism that I have seen.
  • The Lenovo was distractingly difficult to keep on my head, I hated the "cinch up" headband; as soon as my head moved, the headband would lose its grip.
  • It the headband is down right horrible. In order for it to be comfortable and not pull away from my face letting light in is to just set it on my head and don't move the band.
  • There are no built-in speakers, which is very frustrating. Comes with two headphones that look scary.
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year(s)
1 year(s)
Certifications
CE, EAC
CE
Other Information
Manufacturer
MSRP
299.99 $


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