Lenovo Star Wars

alaTest heeft 33 reviews verzameld en geanalyseerd voor Lenovo Star Wars. De gemiddelde beoordeling voor dit product is 3.7/5, vergeleken met een gemiddelde beoordeling van 4.5/5 voor andere producten in dezelfde categorie. Gebruikers waarderen de betrouwbaarheid zeer maar velen zijn minder positief over het gebruiksgemak. De vormgeving is ook indrukwekkend.

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Consumenten beoordelen dit product gemiddeld met 75/100 en experts beoordelen dit product gemiddeld met 73/100.

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Expert review door : Simon Osborne-Walker (trustedreviews.com)

Lenovo Mirage: Jedi Challenges

 

Lightsaber duels in augmented reality? Oh go on then. Lenovo Mirage: Jedi Challenges.

Lightsaber duels! ; Nice attention to detail ; Strategy gameplay is a novel challenge in AR

Phone gets hotter than a Tatooine summer ; Holochess is a bit dull

A delicious augmented-reality setup that will delight Star Wars fans.

12/2017

Expert review door : Julian Chokkattu (digitaltrends.com)

‘Star Wars: Jedi Challenges’ hands-on preview

 

Lenovo's Mirage AR headset lets you be a Jedi in ‘Star Wars: Jedi Challenges'

Fun, interactive gameplay ; Prototype headset was comfortable ; See-through display lets you stay in the real world

Controller connection a little finicky ; Three game modes may get old fast

08/2017

Expert review door : Abbas Jaffar Ali (techradar.com)

Lenovo Star Wars: Jedi Challenges review

 

Jedis. Lightsabers. Darth Vader.

Great concept ; Mixed reality works well

Complicated to set up ; Keeping three devices charged ; Fun initially, but wears off

The Lenovo Star Wars: Jedi Challenges is a fantastic idea that is clearly a first-gen product. But Lenovo is definitely on to something and with a bit of hardware and software updates, it could turn into an ultimate toy for Star Wars fans Star Wars:...

01/2018

Expert review door : Scott Stein (cnet.com)

The first AR helmet to make you feel like the last Jedi

 

Yes, there's a way to use a lightsaber and play Holochess at home. It just requires a phone and $200.

The self-contained headset is wireless and generates some decent holographic effects. Will run on even some older iPhones and Android phones. A good handful of challenges and game modes. Comes with its own lightsaber hilt.

Doesn't always track your movements or the lightsaber very well. Lightsaber sometimes drops up out of sync. Requires a phone. Inserting and setting up the phone isn't easy or quick. Who knows if this will ever run other games?

Lenovo's AR helmet for phones feels like a clever mini-HoloLens for Star Wars fans, but as a standalone headset with no other software, it's a tough sell.

12/2017

Expert review door : Ajay Kumar (pcmag.com)

Star Wars: Jedi Challenges

 

Star Wars: Jedi Challenges is an AR game that features fun and fast-paced lightsaber battles, strategic combat, and tense rounds of Holochess, but tracking issues occasionally get in the way of gameplay.

Fun gameplay. Massive appeal for Star Wars fans. Cool, high-quality lightsaber controller. Compatible with Android and iOS phones.

Tracking issues in testing. Narrow field of view.

Bottom Line: Star Wars: Jedi Challenges is an AR game that features fun and fast-paced lightsaber battles, strategic combat, and tense rounds of Holochess, but tracking issues occasionally get in the way of gameplay.

11/2017

Expert review door : Stuart Miles (pocket-lint.com)

Star Wars Jedi Challenges initial review: 2-player Lightsaber duels and more

 

At £249 in the UK this is a fairly pricey experience. Even pricier if you consider you'll need two complete sets to take on a second player in a

Great fun ; Well made

Expensive ; Needs even more games

05/2018

Expert review door : Hubert Nguyen (ubergizmo.com)

Lenovo Star Wars: Jedi Challenges Review

 

Lenovo and Disney have partnered to create Star Wars: Jedi Challenges, a Mixed Reality gaming set based on the Star Wars universe. We tested it at...

Immersive and Unique Star Wars Entertainment ; No wires ; Works in relatively small spaces

Approximative tracking ; Requires a compatible phone, gets hot ; One-time setup is a bit tedious ; One series of games only

A UNIQUE EXPERIENCE THAT IS NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY OTHER COMPARABLE FORM

04/2018

Expert review door : Chris Davies (slashgear.com)

Star Wars: Jedi Challenges Review: The AR Force is strong

 

Is there a science-fiction franchise more ripe for an augmented reality game than Star Wars ? Disney and Lenovo don't think so, hence Star Wars : Jedi Challenges, a new gaming system that promises lightsaber battles, Holochess, and more in your own...

Finally, a "real" lightsaber ; Affordable, with great build-quality ; AR graphics flatter the Star Wars universe

Single-player only (for now) ; AR lightsaber blade can drift ; Currently limited to one Star Wars app only

11/2017

Expert review door (expertreviews.co.uk)

Star Wars Jedi Challenges review: The must-have for the Star Wars-obsessed is now a LOT cheaper

 

Lenovo's Mirage AR headset is the best case for AR yet

Excellent and innovative use of technology ; One of the best AR experiences yet ; Packed full of Star Wars fan service

No proof it’ll be used beyond Jedi Challenges ; A lot of money for a single use

Despite my concerns about price, it’s obvious that many Star Wars fans will pay up, simply for the opportunity to be a Jedi. But if you’re simply curious about AR, I’d advise waiting until Lenovo or Disney make it clear they’re going to support the...

05/2019

Expert review door : Scott Stein (cnet.co.uk)

Lenovo Star Wars Jedi Challenges review

 

"This is epic!" So said my son when I strapped the mirrored headset to his face and stood off to the side as he swung a lightsaber in the air. He was fighting battle droids. I was making sure he didn't break anything.

The self-contained headset is wireless and generates some decent holographic effects. Will run on even some older iPhones and Android phones. A good handful of challenges and game modes. Comes with its own lightsaber hilt.

Doesn't always track your movements or the lightsaber very well. Lightsaber sometimes drops up out of sync. Requires a phone. Inserting and setting up the phone isn't easy or quick. Who knows if this will ever run other games?

Lenovo's AR helmet for phones feels like a clever mini-HoloLens for Star Wars fans, but as a standalone headset with no other software, it's a tough sell.

12/2017

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