The first Reddit Reviews of the Vision Pro are now in
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If you spend $3,500 on a laptop, it’s a near guarantee you know exactly what you’re getting and you’re probably going to be happy with it. But you have to… think different when you spend that kind of money on a new platform like the Vision Pro, Apple’s “spatial computer” that does a lot of rethinking about how face computers should work. The Vision Pro subreddit is naturally offering a taste of how Apple’s vision is landing with people who decide to take the plunge.
There’s plenty of what reviewers have already said on Reddit right now. Imatowell, a user like Nilay Patel. Call out the “smaller than expected” field of view and reflections in the lenses themselves (Apple said this is normal Nilay askedAmong other things,
There are many comments of sympathy in the replies. I encourage you to resist the temptation to skip the comments today because you’ll miss out on key insights, like that “it doesn’t play 3D porn” — that’s important information! And, of course, there are “helpful” comments like one saying imatowell just didn’t do enough researchBefore buying it, or the blurry passthrough is Their fault for not making their home’s lighting perfect.
The Vision Pro subreddit has it all. There’s the person claiming to be a former Apple employee who You can find out more about this by clicking here. it’s “the greatest piece of technology I have ever experienced in my life.” The person writing that they figured out that if you yell while in the mountains in the headset’s immersive mode, you’ll Listen to an echo The “avid VR enthusiast” telling everyone they’re Reviewing it wrong. Someone who’s already Wear it on a Plane.
You’ll also find PicturesPeople wearing it:
And here’s a bonus Vision Pro in the wild TikTok while we’re at it:
But going back to imatowell’s post, there’s only one person who spoke to what will be the most important metric by which I’ll judge if I’m keeping my own Vision Pro when it arrives later this month: what it’s like to play StarCraft 2 on the moon.
All screenshots were taken by Wes Davis/The Verge.