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

A woman using the Pico 4 headset and controllers.
A woman using the Pico 4 headset and controllers.
The Pico 4 headset and controllers | Image: Pico

Pico, the Chinese startup that was acquired by TikTok parent company ByteDance last year, has a new virtual reality headset on the way. The Pico 4, which will be available in several European and Asian countries from 429 euros (approx. A limited pre-order will open in August, general pre-orders will start in October and the device will ship on October 18.

ByteDance announced the news of its new headset earlier this week, and the device is broadly similar to previous Pico products, with a distinct, standalone design that can also be connected to a PC for high-end VR. But the Pico 4 is smaller and lighter than the Pico Neo3 Link, which debuted in May, and weighs…

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