Bingo has announced the launch of its new VR Glasses – Bingo G-200. Bingo G-200 VR Glass is Wi-Fi and Bluetooth enabled, and has a built in screen. The glasses run on Nibiru operating system featuring Android 5.1 Lollipop. The concave-convex lenses of the VR glasses allows users a 100 degree view in 1280 x 720 pixels HD resolution.
Bingo says that there is very low light leakage with the VR glasses, and makes for a comfortable experience during extended viewing sessions. Bingo G-200 VR Glass weighs at 459 gms and comes with an adjustable head strap. Bingo claims that the VR glasses are for ‘movie buffs’ and ‘gamers’ who cab control and play games in 3D by moving, tilting their heads.
Bingo G-200 comes with leather and foam cushioning, for comfortable long duration use. The native Nibiru operating system allows users to download numerous apps, VR games and 3D videos from the Nibiru Store. The G-200 comes with a battery capacity of 5000 mAh, which gives a playing time of 6 hours. It is powered by an ARM Cortex A7 CPU that is paired with 1GB RAM and 8 GB ROM (expandable up to 32 GB using a TF card).
Commenting on the launch, Abhinaya Pratap Singh, Marketing Manager, Bingo Technologies Pvt Ltd, said, “After the stupendous success of Bingo C-6 smartwatch, we are delighted to announce another innovative offering : the Bingo G-200 VR Glass. The VR hardware and app ecosystem is gaining enormous traction and promises to take gaming and movie viewing experience to a different level. 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.”
Bingo G-200 VR Glass is priced at Rs 5,999 and is available in black and white mixed colour combination. It is available across all leading e-commerce sites.