Surprise! Mark Zuckerberg thinks Quest 3 is better than Vision Pro


Mark Zuckerberg tried Apple’s Vision Pro headset and his verdict is that the Meta Quest 3 is a better product. Shocking, right?

In a video posted to his Instagram account, recorded with the Quest 3 passthrough, the Meta CEO said before trying the headset that he thought Quest 3 would offer better value to people because it is seven times cheaper than Apple’s $3,500 headset. But after his tryst with the Vision Pro, he thinks his company’s product is superior.

“I don’t just think Quest is the best value, I think Quest is the best product, period,” he said. “Ddifferent companies made different design decisions for helmets, they have different strengths. But overall, Quest is better at the vast majority of things people use mixed reality for.

Zuckerberg argued that the Quest 3 was more comfortable in activities such as exercise and gaming, given that the Meta headset’s weight is about 120 grams less than the Vision Pro. Meta’s CEO criticized Apple’s headset for compromising things like device quality, comfort, and ergonomics in order to access higher-resolution screens.

While he showed off the streaming capabilities with browser windows, he said Quest 3 has a wider field of view with brighter screens. Zuckerberg also pointed out that Quest’s combination of manual tracking and physical controls is superior. Additionally, the company plans to bring back eye tracking, introduced in 2017. the Pro Questto cheaper helmets.

Zuckerberg claimed that you could only play Xbox and watch YouTube on the big screen through Quest. Even though YouTube doesn’t have an official application for the Vision Prodeveloper Christian Selig created a YouTube app called Juno. Technically, you can watch YouTube on Apple device.

Apple is launching with the Vision Pro, while Meta already has a rich library with partners like Roblox. Meta has also produced several headsets and reduces prices of older models. Apple is a late entrant to the mixed reality/virtual reality market, and Meta wouldn’t want to give up any ground there.


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