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🌟📦 Unboxing Apple Vision Pro for you by a world-class influencer🎉

Updated: Feb 1

Apple Vision Pro Unboxing
Apple Vision Pro Unboxing

Marques Brownlee ( Max Brownlee), known professionally as MKBHD, is an American YouTuber and internet celebrity best known for his technology videos. He grew up in Maple Grove, New Jersey, graduated from Columbia High School in 2011 and later attended Hower College at Stevens Institute of Technology. Brownlee is particularly well-known for his tech-focused YouTube channel MKBHD, where he reviews a variety of tech products, including video games, drones, and smartphones, and has 18.1 million subscribers. This time, the Apple Vision Pro unboxing video has reached 140,000 views in just 20 minutes.

In the unboxing contents of Apple Vision Pro, the following accessories are included:

  1. Vision Pro Zeiss Lenses: These are optical inserts that magnetically attach to the headset if you have a prescription for glasses so you can still use the headset monitor.

  2. Vision Pro Travel Case (additional $200): This is a one-piece case to protect the Vision Pro’s glass. There are specific places inside for placing head-mounted displays, batteries, charging cables, etc.

  3. Vision Pro Rechargeable Battery: A heavier battery with a capacity of 3166 Mah that lasts 2.5 to 3 hours.

  4. Charging cable and wall charger: Use a USB-C charging cable and a 30W charger.

  5. Instructions and cleaning cloth: Comes with user guide, connecting mobile phone and head-mounted display, adjustment straps and sub-double loop straps, and cleaning cloth for the glass.

The Vision Pro headset comes with two lightweight light-blocking pads, one thicker and one thinner. Before use, users can choose which thickness of anti-light pad to use according to their own needs. The purpose of this anti-light pad is to fit the contours of the user's face to block external light and provide a better sense of immersion. When the user puts on the Vision Pro headset, the anti-light pad will be placed against the face to achieve a light-blocking effect.

The difference between individual knitted straps and double loop straps is their design and comfort. The individually knit band is the one you often see in ads and is made of soft, stretchy fabric that only goes around the back of the head. It looks simple and is relatively lightweight to use, but it may feel uncomfortable if you wear it for a long time. A double-band, meanwhile, is more complex and consists of two straps, one at the back of the head and the other across the top of the head. The double-loop strap places less weight on the front of the face and more evenly on the head, making it more comfortable to wear for long periods of time. Still, it may be inconvenient for people who don't like having devices above their heads. Therefore, the main difference between these two straps is the appearance and wearing method. Based on personal preference and comfort, users can choose the strap that suits them.

Solo Knit Band
Solo Knit Band

Dual Loop Band
Dual Loop Band

Vision Pro Travel Case (additional $200)
Vision Pro Travel Case (additional $200)

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