Will probably get one of these... Sounds very ambitious and I hope their binocular overlap issues are sorted (the canted display headaches). £2400 is a lot, but if they pull off everything they promise it will be worth it. Very surprised by this.
This is incredibly ambitious - and a power play that doubles down on their position. As a headset provider with a confusing range, this move will both add to the list, but also define their business going forward.
The clearest example of the SeriousVR (Hi-end PC) and CasualVR (Standalone) approach. In this case the better description is "Hybrid" of the two approaches - I expect to see others follow the path that the HTC Focus3 started, and Sony are suggested to follow with the PSVR2.
The latest company along with Varjo, HP, HTC and Lynx that have developed a high-spec VR/AR system aiming at a prosumer and enterprise audience.
The only concern is Pimax's track record - having followed them and their Chinese owners since their first Kickstarter, they have had a tempestuous past. We hope that they can make good on just 50% of what is being promised and it will be an amazing future for VR - roll on VR.3.0!