ByteDance’s new Pico headset is a Quest 2 competitor for Europe and Asia

The Pico 4 headset and controllers | Image: pico

Pico, the Chinese startup acquired last year by TikTok parent company ByteDance, has a new virtual reality headset on the way. The Pico 4, which will retail from €429 (about $425) in several European and Asian countries, is described as a reasonably full-featured but affordable option for gaming and passive entertainment. A limited pre-order opens in August, with general pre-orders starting in October and the device shipping on October 18.

ByteDance teased news of its new headset earlier this week, and the device largely resembles previous Pico products, with a self-contained standalone design that can also connect to a PC for high-end VR. But the Pico 4 is smaller and lighter than the Pico Neo3 Link which debuted in May, weighing…

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