This new voice-controlled headset, the Halo H7, has been announced at Apple’s WWDC keynote this week.
As such, it’s likely to be a much more powerful and more affordable alternative to the HTC Vive.
It’ll also be available to pre-order on the company’s website starting on June 11.
But if you’re just getting into virtual reality, you can pre-register for the Halo VR headset here.
The H7 is a 2.2-inch headset with an 11-inch (2,935mm) display, a pair of stereo headphones, and an IR blaster for voice control.
The headset itself is made of a plastic and plastic-like material, with the top and bottom being made of an aluminium and a rubber-like finish.
The headphones have dual microphones, with an on-ear audio output for using voice commands.
In addition to voice commands, you’ll also have a virtual reality-like interface.
There are also four microphones, two of which are for use with voice control, and two for more immersive sound.
To access your favorite games, apps, and other apps on the device, you will need to connect the H7 to an Apple TV.
You’ll also need to get an H7 headset and a Bluetooth controller, which are included in the package.
While the Halo headset is expected to come with its own controller, the headset and controller will likely be connected via Bluetooth to the H5.
It’s not clear whether this is also the case for the Vive.
The Halo H5 comes with a 2-inch display and a pair to two microphones for voice commands; the top microphone is an on/off switch, and the bottom is a volume knob, but there’s no way to toggle between these two modes at the moment.
To add more voice commands to your experience, you could also use the controller for a third mic, which will allow you to add more virtual commands to the Halo’s sound system.
Apple says that voice control on the H6 will be similar to that of the H2, with a more natural and immersive feel, and also include “faster responses” to voice prompts.
However, it does not offer any way to switch between the two systems, nor do I think that you can easily switch between them.
The H7 also comes with four microphones for use in VR, though it’s not certain whether these will be used in any way beyond voice control in the headset or for other VR apps.
Apple claims that the H8 will offer “a more immersive experience,” and that it will have a “great camera” to capture 360-degree imagery.
That is, you won’t be able to look up and see the entire picture on the headset, and you won:n’t be allowed to move your head.
The final word on the Halo headsets, however, is still unclear.
The HTC Vive, the most recent virtual reality headset from HTC, is also available to buy.
The HTC Vive has a 3D headset, a head-mounted display, and a wireless remote control for use on a PC.
There’s also a “virtual reality experience” that you’ll need to put on your headset, but it is also not clear how much of that will be in the H10 headset.
It does not come with an IR transmitter, nor does it include a headset controller.