Lenovo WMR headset
The Lenovo headset is the cheapest of the bunch, coming in just under $400. It’s also by far the lightest, with a weight of under a pound. The next closest in terms of weight is nearly a pound and a half. That’s a noticeable difference. Unfortunately, the headband design is about as uncomfortable as HP’s. That means it’s not terrible, but you’ll start to notice that pressure on the front and back of your head over time. As with the others, a hinge allows the front to flip up, and a dial on the back used for sizing. As with the HP headset, the dial sounds like it’s breaking if you try to loosen it as you wear it. Despite being the least expensive, the Lenovo has a relatively solid field of view of 105 degrees and uses the same sorts of displays as all but one of the competition. If you’re looking to come in on the low end of WMR headsets, though, I’d still spend the extra buck for the Acer over the Lenovo. The extra comfort is worth it.