Soumya Prakash Pradhan

The new tech gadget, Apple Vision Pro, was launched in the US on February 2nd. It is a VR device, but many buyers are returning it.

A recent report suggests that most returns are due to physical discomfort and productivity issues.

According to The Verge, there are growing numbers of people on social media who are returning or planning to return their Apple Vision Pro headsets.

Many users complain of headaches, motion sickness, and eye irritation, mainly because of the headset's weight and strap design.

The Vision Pro can weigh up to 650g, and with the battery pack, it adds another 353g. However, it is noted that discomfort with VR headsets, like dry eyes and redness, has been reported for years.

Also, most wearable devices have drawbacks that vary depending on how well they fit each person.

The base 256GB option starts at roughly Rs 2.9 lakh while the 512GB and 1TB options are priced at roughly Rs 3.07 lakh and roughly Rs 3.24 lakh, respectively.

People are creating memes about the high price of the Apple VR device. Some claim they could buy 3 to 4 other Apple gadgets, from iPhones to AirPods, for the same price.

Users have complained about feeling dizzy when looking at certain screens and difficulty multitasking. Additionally, there are claims that the Vision Pro does not support all file types.

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