I understand Pimax Experience will be a Work in Progress for a long time so that part is fine to be in Beta as long as profiles are working. I’m just saying this because Pimax needs to actually put their best foot forward.
I know people are desperate to hear the opinions of reviewers for whatever reason but REVIEWERS DO NOT UPDATE THEIR REVIEWS. Or at least most of them. If you go check the HTC Cosmos headset review from TESTED it’s likely the same review from way back and whether or not issues are solved will not be mentioned.
Pimax already doesn’t have a stellar reputation, what you guys need is to present the new front of the company and the actual thing that people want which is a seamless plug and play experience that above the level of current consumer VR.
Also please QA the Unit before sending it so we don’t have a repeat of the VoodooDE 's 8K+ Pre launch unit fiasco.
Can any of you tell me of a single commercial headset, other than this one, that has a visible loose wire on the outside, spoiling the whole aesthetic? Not to mention an expensive headset that’s selling as a company’s flagship!
It denotes a great lack of foresight in a module and headset that were planned years ago, at the beginning.
Besides, as soon as this information comes out in my analysis, I know that the whole Spanish-speaking community will laugh about it, except for those who, like me, have bought it, of course.
This is exactly the plan. No review units now. Not only because of what you just mentioned, but also because as production is still scaling up, we think its more fair to send all existing units to people who PAID for the products… long ago… like all of you guys.
The problem is that the Pimax cable is under the headset, right at the bottom
What will happen when you put the headset on the table over and over again?
The problem is not aesthetic for me, at all
Imagine all this Vive Pro cables under the headset
@Cdaked: although I can understand your sentiment, I would like to ask you something in return.
What do you prefer:
an 8KX with a lose wire connection for the eye-tracking module (mind you, not if the hand-tracking module is used)
an Index, with a perfectly designed slot for modules which has all professional, impressive polish, but unfortunately so far, 12 months after release, has seen absolutely ZERO modules being released for use with the Index - oh, wait, that’s not true, there is one: a freaking LED stripe gimmick, for crying out loud. Otherwise it has nada, niente, nothing to show for after all these months.
I do know my preference if the company has to decide to put design or function first.
Obviously it would be nicer if the cable was not visible, but I find it shocking that a visible cable on a VR headset is that much of a concern. The cable will be visible but it hugs the headset so it’s not like it is dangling and will be in the way. I am much more focused on the functionality of the eye tracker itself. That is what is interesting. I just don’t spend a bunch of time looking at the outside of my VR headset so this doesn’t concern me at all.