- The battery built into this wireless adapter
The wireless adapter, already used on the Vive and Vive Pro, should delight virtual reality enthusiasts equipped with the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset.
Displaylink has already won over a headset by successfully combining its compression technology with Intel's 60GHz WiGig technology. The adapter uses sufficient 24 Gbps bandwidth for a quality wireless experience.
The battery built into this wireless adapter
The XR version of the Oculus Rift compatible DisplayLink wireless adapter was therefore presented at CES 2019 in Las Vegas. This module can accept the USB and HDMI inputs present on the Rift and takes care of transfers with the PC. All of this taking into account the most important thing, the power supply of the headphones. Small innovation compared to Vive, the battery is now integrated in the adapter. On the autonomy side, you can count on two hours.
DisplayLink technology can handle 4K per eye and only 3-5ms latency. HDR technology for future headphones is also on the program. Showing this technology at CES 2019 allows DisplayLink to show that this wireless adapter is adaptable and works with other models. It also means that we can replicate it on other hardware. Be careful, however, before being too impatient, there is, to our knowledge, no information available on a release date. So you will probably have to take your pain patiently. Enjoying the Oculus Rift without tripping over cables is worth it ...