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June 5, 2017

Microsoft, at their build conference, announced spectacular news, which got everyone excited. They told the world about their progress of Windows 10 which runs on ARM processors. ARM processors are micro-chips which are used in Windows-operated smartphones. But, the most important thing is that the developers have come to a solution to integrating a virtual reality into the smartphones. And, as they are saying, it is going to be sooner than expected and it’s going to be amazing. Portable headsets are on their way and they are going to be great.

What is an ARM processor?

ARM processor is a micro controller used primarily in smartphones. They are best suited for phones because of their small power consumption, which is one of the most important things when it comes to a smartphone. They are running on a lower temperature, which enables them to function better than most of the processors. These qualities are exactly why developers got encouraged to make a Windows 10 for smartphones which will lead to an amazing experience of virtual reality.

VR headsets running on Windows 10

The most important thing, which everybody is waiting for, is the answer to a question: “Why is Windows 10 on ARM processor so important?” Microsoft’s idea is to produce a Windows 10 version on ARM processor for the obvious reason. It is because they can manage to create a perfect headset with a low-power processor and a great operating system.  And, these are exactly the qualities needed to create an ultimate virtual reality headset.

Progress of virtual reality headsets

Headsets are going to be released sooner than expected, but only to the developers for further improvements and advancements. These lucky techies are going to get their hands on these masterpieces this summer, which is right above the corner. Headsets are going to have built-in scanners which will make them really close to being properly functional portable devices. This is going to be a large improvement, as the currently available virtual reality headsets require users to be connected to a PC, which can be quite annoying. Current technology requires lots of cables and a couple of programs to make it work, which takes the fun out of it, and nobody is down with that. There is a probability that HP and Acer are going to make an add on so they can be suitable for this invention, as they want to get on the success train as well. Manufactures are probably going to produce portable devices with ARM processors to keep the headsets cool and light. Microsoft’s portable headset is probably going to inspire all the other manufacturers to follow the trend and spend their resources on developing virtual reality further.