+1,500 rob jackson may 11th, 2018although google io 2018 was mostly about software and ai, several hardware partners made announcements in tandem with the event. we saw jbl unveil a soundbar with google assistant, a trio of manufacturers showed smart displays with google assistant due out in july, and lenovo followed on the heels of oculus go by announcing their standalone vr headset- the lenovo mirage solo.we spotted the mirage solo at the combined augmented reality and virtual reality tent at #io18 where we put the new headset to the test. here are some initial thoughts after using the mirage solo for a brief demo.mirage solo on amazonhow does it fit?i’m a new recruit of the “glasses not contacts” club and was happy to learn that the lenovo mirage solo fits perfectly fine overtop glasses. after putting on the headset there are two adjustments you can make to ensure a snug fit.the main fastener on the rear of the headset is dial-based, which i love. it tightens in small increments as it turns, gently clicking into each notch. this mechanism ensures a really snug wrap around my gigantic dome and one that won’t slip or come loose while in use. it rides higher on my head than other headsets, which seemed to take weight away from my face, but it felt a bit too high.luckily the second fastener mostly addressed this issue. while holding a button on the bottom left of the headset, you can move the headset further or closer to your face, accommodating various face and no...