Which virtual reality headset is the best?

Virtual Reality headsets have finally become affordable enough for the common man to enjoy the beauty of the Matrix-like world. This year, we have some fantastic headsets in the affordable price range.

When you have hundreds of VR headsets in the market, it is to decide which device offers the best value for money. We tested a dozen headsets and found the answer for you.

  1. Best value for money virtual reality headset

If you like to get the best bang for your buck, buy Oculus Go, a standalone VR headset priced at $200. With this device, all you need is a smartphone and an internet connection to enjoy unlimited possibilities of VR. Oculus Go is WiFi capable and syncs with their store via your smartphone’s Oculus app. It is light, cable free and great value for money.

  1. Best VR experience

 If you want the absolute best VR experience and willing to pay top dollar, buy HTC Vive Pro. Vive needs a powerful gaming computer to work. Fitted with 24 motion tracking sensors and 2880 x 1600 resolution screens, this is the platinum package of VR experience. But it is not cheap. get ready to fork out $1200 to bring this baby home. But it will be money well spent.

  1. Best low-cost VR headset

If you have a Google Pixel II or any other flagship Android phone, you can get a great VR experience with Google Day Dream viewer. This is a premium version of the Google Cardboard and when paired with a good smartphone, it provides an excellent user experience. Google Day Dream costs about $120 and is absolutely worth the price.

These are the best VR heads in today’s market. There will be better ones next year. But if you can’t wait, get Oculus Go.



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