Would have been nice if it was fully wireless but still one USB-C cable is a massive step up from the horror that was the original PSVR setup.
Great specs, now just have to hope the price point isn't mental. It should be no more than $299. It is better than an Oculus Quest 2 spec-wise and OLED will drive up cost, but it also doesn't have inbuilt hardware so it needs to at least match the Quest 2 on price point.
299 would be fantastic, but doesn't sound doable at all.
PSVR2 is not just better than the Quest 2 spec wise, it even challenges the far more expensive Valve Index.
The Index is LCD, and PSVR2 is the first to support HDR.
PSVR also has a higher per eye resolution than the Index.
Neither The Quest 2 or Index support eye tracking: PSVR does.
Then of course there's the dualsense features in the PSVR controllers, and the haptics in the headset itself (used for immersion and to counter balance discomfort from VR).
Id love this to be 299, but with this sort of tech built into it, I don't see that happening at all. The lack of wireless isn't great, but Quest 2 still suffers from latency issues in wireless mode, and Sony probably couldn't solve that themselves.