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Meta VR goggles teardown shows chips mostly made by U.S. companies

China high-tech conflict appears to have weighed on procurement strategy

Nikkei Asia disassembled and analyzed a Meta Quest Pro, which went on sale in October. 

TOKYO -- Facebook owner Meta's latest virtual reality device uses chips made by U.S. companies as core components, according to a Nikkei Asia teardown.

Nikkei Asia disassembled and analyzed a Meta Quest Pro, which went on sale in October, with the help of Fomalhaut Techno Solutions, a Tokyo-based researcher of electronic devices.

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