Magic Leap 2 Enterprise Edition€5.830,- excl. VAT
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Product information Magic Leap 2 Enterprise Edition
The Magic Leap 2 Enterprise Edition is an AR headset that has all the same features and capabilities of the Magic Leap 2 base version and Developer Edition but with one key difference.
The Magic Leap 2 Enterprise Edition comes with a 2-year warranty period compared to the 1-year warranty period found on the Base and Developer Pro Edition. The 2 Year Warranty allows for free product repair or replacement from defective workmanship or materials within 1-2 working days.
Pros and cons
2 Year Warranty
Access to extra Enterprise OS features
Early access to updates
Easy porting capability from other smart glasses
Access to developer resources
Easily customisable Android Open Source Project Operating System
Price compared to Base version
|Built-in Display||AR View:||Binocular||Connectivity:||WiFi / Bluetooth|
|Built-in Audio||Platform:||Magic Leap OS / Open Android System||Controls:||Voice Commands / Eye Tracking / Hand Tracking / Controller|
|Built-in Microphone||Camera:||12.6MP / 4K 30FPS Video||Weight:||260 Grams|
|Stand Alone||Input:||USB-C||Battery Life:||3.5 Hours|
|Field of View:||70 Degrees||Compliances:||CE|
|CPU:||AMD Quad-core Zen2 x86||Warranty:||2 Years|
|Memory:||256GB Internal Storage / 16GB RAM|
|1x Magic Leap 2 Headset||1x Magic Leap Controller||1x USB-C Power Adapter||1x Controller Charger||1x USB-C Power Cable||2x USB-C to USB-C Cable||1x Shoulder Strap||1x Cleaning Cloth||1x Wrist Lanyard||VR Expert Quickstart Guide|
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At VR Expert we offer 3 versions of the Magic Leap 2; the base model, the Magic Leap 2 Enterprise edition and the Developer pro edition.
Magic Leap 2 Enterprise edition
The Enterprise edition has the same features as the Base model with 1 difference; instead of a 1 year warranty period the Enterprise edition has 2 years of warranty which allows you to get 2 years of free repairs or replacement when your units become defective.
Magic Leap 2 Developer Pro Edition
The Developer pro version of the Magic Leap offers the same functionalities of the base model but with included support for developers. This version allows developers to pre-release and test their software and port any application from the Magic Leap 1 or Hololens onto the Magic Leap 2. It also allows users to access the Magic Leap’s developer portal with extra tools, samples and beta updates.
To determine which size of the Magic Leap 2 is the best for you, you need to know your IPD. IPD (Interpupillary Distance) is the difference between your pupils measured in millimeters. When your IPD is less than 65mm, we recommend size 1. If your IPD is equal or higher than 65mm, we recommend size 2.
There are 3 ways to measure your IPD:
- Use an online tool app, like GlassesOn on Android or EyeMeasure for iOS.
- Measure your IPD yourself. Stand about 8 inches away from a mirror and hold a ruler against the mirror beneath the reflection of your eyes. Close your right eye and look in the pupil of the left eye. Put 0 on the ruler on your pupil. Close your left eye and look in the pupil of the right eye. The millimeter measurement that lines up with your right pupil is your IPD.
- Ask an eye doctor
The Magic Leap 2’s battery lasts for approximately 3.5 hours during continuous use. It lasts around 7 hours in sleep mode.
The Magic Leap 2 has 16GB of RAM memory and internal storage of 256GB. Both of these values are double the amount as the Magic Leap 1 having 8GB RAM and 128GB storage.
The Magic Leap 2 has a binocular AR view, this means that you can look through the headset with both eyes. It has a resolution of 1440 x 1760px resolution with a brightness of 20 to 2000 nits.
The resolution of the Magic Leap 1 is 1536×1856 pixels per eye. In comparison, the Hololens 2 has a resolution of 2048 x 1080 pixels per eye. AR headsets with a higher resolution provide more realistic AR experiences.
The Magic Leap 1 weighs 260 grams. This is 306 grams lighter than the Hololens 2. The Magic Leap 2 is operated using the processing power of the Light Pack. The Light Pack weighs 425 grams and is connected to the headset via cable and can be attached to the trouser pocket, for example.
The field of view (FoV) of the magic leap 2 is 70 degrees. This is 20 degrees more compared to the Magic Leap 1. At 70 degrees the Magic Leap 2 feels a lot more immersive with more objects and actions possible on the screen.
The refresh rate of the Magic Leap 2 display is 120 Hz, this is the same refresh rate as the Magic Leap 1.
Yes, you can request a free 3 day trial for the Magic Leap 2 through the following link: https://vr-expert.com/request-an-ar-headset-trial/
You can control the headset either with your voice, eye tracking, hand tracking or with the magic leap 2 controller.