The Pico 4 was released a few weeks ago as the genuine first rival to Meta Quest 2. Pico 4 Enterprise is the Enterprise version of the Pico 4. The Pico 4 Enterprise should not be confused with the Pico 4 Pro, a prosumer device offered in China. The Pico 4 Enterprise is a gadget that is ONLY for businesses, has been researched for B2B use, and can only be acquired by businesses through specific Pico sales channels.
Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2, 8 Cores 64 bit, 2.84GHz RAM: 8GB LPDDR4X, 2133MHz Storage: 256GB, UFS 3.0 Battery: Headset: 5300mAh, which lasts about 2.5~3 hours in active use Controllers: Two AA batteries, which last about 80 hours in active use Display: Type: 2.56″ x2 LCD display Resolution: 4,320 x 2,160 (2,160 x 2,160 per eye) Weight: 295g (without straps), 586g (with straps)
The use of pancake lenses makes the Pico 4 Enterprise appear to be relatively compact and light. Being a member of the Oculus DK2 generation, I found it amazing to see such a tiny, lightweight VR headset. The device appears to be better constructed and polished than prior Pico models.
The controllers are really well constructed, and I personally leaked them before the device was released. Although fairly ergonomic, they are heavier than I anticipated. I believe that the fact that they have two batteries affects their weight.
The visuals on the headset were incredibly clear and featured vibrant colours. There was no screen door effect, and the pixel density was remarkable. The FOV appeared excellent, but I hadn't anticipated seeing such a significant rise.
It appeared to have no depth and to be flat. Additionally, the images were coloured but also had some background noise. In addition, objects that were too close (like my hands) were severely deformed.
The audio integration functioned admirably.