However, before you get too excited about getting your hands on it, Pico notes that the Neo 2 Eye is designed mainly for enterprise users. According to Henry Zhou, CEO of Pico Interactive, “The Neo 2 Eye is a VR headset built for business, offering excellent visual quality, great support, and sophisticated design.”
He adds, “The addition of Tobii eye tracking leads to a more intuitive interface and better graphics performance. Additionally, eye tracking enables user insights that add significant value to use cases such as training and education.” The Neo 2 Eye will also be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 Mobile XR platform.
In addition to the Neo 2 Eye, there will also be a standard version of the headset in the form of the Neo 2. The main difference between both models is the eye tracking technology. The Neo 2 and Neo 2 Eye are expected to go on sale later this year with the former being priced at $699, while the latter will retail for $899.