We’re keeping an eye on the best HP Reverb G2 Black Friday & Cyber Monday 2021 deals, don’t blink or you might miss the best Reverb G2 sale this season!

The Best Reverb G2 Black Friday 2021 Sales

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The best HP Reverb G2 Black Friday 2021 deal so far is $450 from Microsoft (25% discount). The cheapest we’ve previously we’ve seen the headset on sale is $400.

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Reverb G2 Price Baseline

It’s important to keep in mind the base price of the headset so you can make an informed decision when purchasing. Without an special discount, Reverb G2 normally costs $600.

Reverb G2 Specs

Resolution 2,160 x 2,160 (4.7MP) per-eye, LCD (2x)
Refresh Rate 90Hz
Lenses Single element Fresnel
Field-of-view (claimed) 114° diagonal
Optical Adjustments IPD, eye-relief (only on newer units in US)
IPD Adjustment Range 60–68mm
Connectors USB-C, DisplayPort, Power
Cable Length 6m
Tracking Inside-out (no external beacons)
On-board cameras 4x B&W
Input Reverb G2 controllers (AA battery 2x), voice
Audio Off-ear headphones
Microphone Yes
Pass-through view Yes

Reverb G2 Content Compatibility

HP Reverb G2 works natively with the Windows Mixed Reality store, but very few VR applications are available there. Fortunately a free and official plugin from Microsoft also makes it compatible with SteamVR content. If you’re looking to play content that’s exclusive to the Oculus PC library (like Asgard’s Wrath) you can use the free but unofficial Revive mod to play Oculus PC content on Reverb G2. You can’t play Oculus Quest games on Reverb G2 or any PC VR headset.

Update (November 24th, 2021): A previous version of this article said that a $450 sale price was the best we’ve seen yet for Reverb G2, but this was mistaken. The article has been updated to indicate that the cheapest price previously seen is $400.

The post HP Reverb G2 Black Friday Sale Brings $150 Discount appeared first on Road to VR.

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