Meta, as well as Facebook, is expected to review a new piece of virtual reality (VR) hardware currently dubbed Project Cambria at its upcoming Meta Connect 2022 event on October 11. Meta CEO Mark Zuckerburg has previously made comments about the launch of the new device in October. Before that, it appears that a version of the new device – labeled “Meta Quest Pro” – has appeared on the Internet.
in a video Captured by Ramiro CardenasHardware that looks like the previously revealed silhouette of the Project Cambria can be seen as well as what appears to be its retail packaging. Headphones and controllers seem to be compatible with Tease the device very briefly since last year. according to the edgeCárdenas claims to have discovered the device that was left in the hotel room. a Photo shared by Cardenas Package shows included “Not for Resale – Engineering Sample” printed label.
While it is technically possible for this to be an elaborate fake of some kind, it looks equally as if someone… left it behind by accident. Cardenas reportedly said the edge That the person who left it there later retrieved the device. It wouldn’t be the first time a valuable, unrevealed piece of technology has been accidentally exposed into the hands of someone else who has since posted it online. apple He is known to have left an iPhone 4 prototype in a bar in 2010.
As mentioned above, we may not have to wait long to see if this is the real deal. The Cambria Project, or possibly the Meta Quest Pro, is expected to be revealed during Meta Connect 2022 on October 11th. You can check out all of our previous coverage of Facebook in general here.
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