The Meta “Quest Pro” VR headset may have been leaked in new images

Pictures of what appears to be a packaging for a “Meta Quest Pro” (VR) virtual reality headset have surfaced online, posted by a Facebook user. Ramiro Cardenaswho claims to have been left in a hotel room (Thanks Peter! via reddit). The device shown looks like cambria project headset Meta has been publicly teasing since late last year and looks like the one that was spotted In the leaked setup videos.

Pictures came out exactly a month ago Meta Connect Event On October 11, which corresponds to the schedule confirmed by CEO Mark Zuckerberg The company will reveal the next virtual reality glasses. We expect to know all about Project Cambria/”Quest Pro” and its other plans for the metaverse, AR, and VR.

Cardenas originally shared the photos in a file Comment section of the post On the Oculus Quest 2 Facebook group, they said several devices were left behind. It’s a great story, but it’s not without a (relaxing) precedent, including The iPhone 4 prototype was left in bar in 2010 As the most famous event, while recently, it still hasn’t been brought up Pixel 7 sold on eBay, And the Pixel Watch prototype was also, apparently, lost in a restaurant.

The label on the box indicates that it could be an “engineering sample”.
Photo: Ramiro Cardenas through Facebook

It’s hard to glean many details from the photos alone, but the packaging has a “Meta Quest Pro” label stamped in the upper left corner and a graphic showing a black VR headset and controllers. Cardenas also provided a close-up of the tag affixed to the box, which says “Not for Resale – Engineering Sample,” and told us the edge That person who stayed in the room has since claimed the headphones.

in july, Bloomberg Reported by developer Steve Moser I found references to “Oculus Pro” in the Meta code, so this is likely the name Meta has settled on for the upcoming device. Mita did not respond immediately the edgeComment request.

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