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ZAKK unveils Orbit Virtual Reality headset

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DUBAI: ZAKK, a global lifestyle brand under Kamon International, has launched ZAKK Orbit Virtual Reality (VR) headset in the UAE, which offers a true 3D cinema experience wherever the user may be.

The Orbit VR headset is lightweight and portable and offers immersive experience. It and can be used with a smartphone’s gyroscope and accelerometer to track the user’s head movements. The device promises to immerse users into a world of virtual reality, enabling them to enjoy movies, games, 360 videos and much more.

ZAKK is a global lifestyle brand aimed to enhance the experiences and lives of people from multi-cultural backgrounds.

Commenting on the launch of the ZAKK Orbit VR headset’s, Karan Saini, head of marketing at ZAKK, said, “The device represents a new era of virtual immersion, and educates the users about the influence of technology in terms of performance and experience. We at ZAKK aim to make the best use of technology and bring high quality products to our customers.”

“ZAKK Orbit VR headsets have the capability to integrate positional tracking so users can move about freely. The high-end device’s in-built stereo headphones add the third dimension to the user’s virtual reality cinema experience immersing them even further into the virtual world. Our vision is to make technology readily and easily accessible to everyone. We also believe that enjoying technology should not be too expensive and complicated,” he added.

With the launch of the ZAKK Orbit VR headset, users can turn their smartphones into a 3D Virtual Reality device. This function is performed by connecting the smartphones to the in-built stereo earphones for a fully immersive experience.

ZAKK Orbit VR headsets also come with a protective case to secure the smartphones in place, and are compatible with Android & iOS devices. The lightweight and comfortable headsets provided with premium lenses for quality 3D viewing, memory foam, and built for superior comfort with adjustable strap. With 0-800 degrees, this is clear for shortsighted people as well. The product is also pupil and focal distance adjustable.

The ZAKK brand has more than 100 products – ranging from wearable devices such as smart watches, health bands and bluetooth devices, to headphones, earphones, speakers, projectors, virtual reality headsets, power banks and storage devices.

All ZAKK products start their life cycle in Dubai. It is during this process that ZAKK products are rigorously tested before being passed on to its manufacturing units in China, India, South Korea and Taiwan.

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