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    In a class of its own with Tobii's enterprise-grade eye-tracking.

    On paper, the Pico Neo 2 Eye looks like a significant step ahead of the Oculus Quest (the biggest player in the wireless VR industry). In many ways, it's a definite improvement over the Quest and, in other ways, it doesn't quite live up to the Quest experience. But here's the deal — it's not designed to be. Although the Oculus Quest does have an enterprise model, it's not necessarily geared toward businesses as the main audience.

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    06-24-2020 05:11 PM

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