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HP Reverb G2 Omniconcept
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Unfortunately, HP does not offer any pre-purchase support. Anyway, I can't find an email address anywhere to ask my questions.
My "problem":
I use the Reverb G1 Pro mainly for flight simulation. The quality especially with X-Plane is really very good.
But even though I use a desktop with RTX 2080 Ti, 32 GB RAM, CPU i9-9900K, I can only run the game with medium quality because of the high resolution of the G1.
Now that I've read that the upcoming G2 Omniconcept will offer eyetracking, I'm hopeful that I could get much better performance with eyetracking glasses.
In my mind, I'm assuming that the application itself doesn't need to support eyetracking (???), since the glasses only need to report to the PC for maximum rendering the area of the image that my eyes are focusing on. The rest can then be rendered at low quality to save resources.
Is my idea correct?
More questions:

Can I use eyetracking as a glasses wearer because the tracking instruments are attached to the edge of the G2 glasses, so that my eyes may not be partially recognized?
If not, can I have the VR optician make me suitable insert lenses for the VR glasses that do not obscure the sensors?


Since I am aware that I may not have placed my questions in the right place:
Does anyone know of a way to email HP service with such questions?

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