Bingo has announced the launch of its new VR glasses – Bingo G-200. The VR Glass supports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and features buil-in screen. Bingo G-200 runs Nibiru OS with Android 5.1 Lollipop. The VR glasses are fitted with concave-convex lenses that lets users view content in 110 degree view field. It supports HD (1280×720 pixel) resolutions. The device weighs 459 grams and comes with adjustable head strap for comfortable viewing sessions. Users can control games they’re playing by moving their head. Bingo G-200 has leather and foam cushioning. The Nibiru operating system allows users to download numerous apps, VR games and 3D videos from the Nibiru Store. The VR glasses feature one key zoom as well as control keys.
“After the stupendous success of Bingo C-6 smartwatch, we are delighted to announce another innovative offering : the Bingo G-200 VR Glass. The Bingo G-200 is engineered to deliver a mesmerizing immersive 3D experience and supreme comfort. It is Wi-Fi enabled and can also be connected to your smartphone via Bluetooth, allowing you to experience a variety of 3D content,” said Abhinaya Pratap Singh, Marketing Manager, Bingo Technologies Pvt Ltd.
Bingo G-200 comes with a big 5,000 mAh battery, which is claimed to offer a playing time of 6 hours. The device is powered by ARM Cortex A7 CPU paired with 1GB RAM and 8GB ROM (expandable up to 32 GB). Bingo G-200 costs Rs 5,999 and is available in black and white mixed colour combination. It can be bought online.
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