Additionally, Meta announced that it would reduce the cost of its current Quest 2 headsets while simultaneously enhancing their functionality.
The Quest 3, the business’s next-generation mixed reality headset, was unveiled on Thursday by Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta Platforms, as the company prepares for Apple’s ability to transform a nascent market that Meta has controlled thus far.
According to Zuckerberg, the Quest 3 will include a new Qualcomm chipset with double the graphics capability of the Quest 2. At the company’s annual AR/VR conference on September 27, he vowed to provide additional information about the device and indicated it would go on sale in the autumn.
In order to promote the Quest headsets as virtual offices, Zuckerberg also developed productivity tools. This included a collaboration with Microsoft to bring programmes like Teams and Outlook to the devices.