I had a development box running Win7 for almost 10 years and I understand where you are coming from. I did finally break down and upgrade it a few months ago. I had no choice.Oh man I dont like all this teasing - because all the comming VR gadgets presume that you are running Win10.
And eventhough I could make the plunge almost for free - I dont want to.
Except for this VR thing Im fully satisfied with my personal and not mandatory trojan horse infected Win7.
Haha. Good oneBTW I've not had one issue with any of the 4 Win 10 computers in my house (2 x desktop, 2 x laptop ) being infected by anything.
My Win 7 development system worked great for 10 years. I'm not complaining about Win7 at all. I simply had no choice but to install Win 10.ByTheWay: Just to your story (that I believe) about zero problems with all your Win10 install - then I can say that Im still running my orig Win7 install with more or less no problems since 2010(?). And when I often see people begging for help after one of the mandatory Win10 up/down grades then Im having a rather good time because I dont get into similiar problems
Looks like more info on Thursday!Some exciting news
I guess some of you will be happy that the hand controllers are not bundled in to keep the cost at $600.
More curious if this is one off deviation from WMR or new WMR 2.0 standard with 4 cameras and new controllers as someone like Samsung can definitely make a better product.As well as coming bundled with the headset, HP plans to sell the new controllers separate from the G2 and they are backwards compatible with earlier WMR headsets. Older WMR controllers aren’t compatible with the G2, according to HP, so you’ll only be able to buy the G2 headset as a package with the new controllers.
Not sure what to think about this product. Guess for people that needs adjustable IPD rang this is a good product.More curious if this is one off deviation from WMR or new WMR 2.0 standard with 4 cameras and new controllers as someone like Samsung can definitely make a better product.