While ASUS might not have been first out the door with smartwatches, when they did launch a smartwatch they certainly did not hold back in terms of its design. The ASUS ZenWatch is one of the better-looking wearables we’ve seen to date, and now it looks like ASUS has applied a similar design language to their own VR headset.
During Computex 2016, ASUS took the wraps off their own VR headset, following in the footsteps of other companies like Samsung, LG, and Google, just to name a few, but if there is one thing that sets it apart from the rest would be its design, which as you can see looks a lot more stylish than other VR headsets out there.
It sports silver/metallic accents and it even has a leather head strap which we have to admit is a nice touch. Presumably the VR headset will play nicely with the company’s ZenFone lineup, like how Samsung and LG’s headsets are compatible with their own flagships. There are buttons and a touchpad on the side for navigation purposes.
However apart from that, ASUS did not share too many details about the device, like when it will be released, how much it will cost, whether or not there will be controllers, and so on. Perhaps we will find out more at a later date, so check back with us further down the road for the details.
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