Virtual Reality hit a home run after Oculus brought the technology back into play with their Rift devices. Today the market is filled with hundreds of VR headsets that provide a varied level of VR brilliance even to common people.
You can spend $10 or go up to $4000 to get a VR headset. Needless to say, the expensive ones are a lot more versatile than a $10 headset.
Since there are too many options in the market, we have created a list of the best virtual reality headsets to make it easy for you.
1. Oculus Go
If this is your first dab at virtual reality and you can afford its $200 price, Oculus Go is the best bang for your money. It is a standalone headset and needs only your smartphone connection to work. It is portable, easy to use and an affordable way to get to the top of the line VR experience. The device is compatible with over 1000 different VR apps, works with 360-degree videos, streaming services and games.
2. HTC Vive
If your pockets are deeper and you want the best VR experience, HTC Vive is the right choice for you. It had great video resolution, 90Hz refresh rate, and 32 headset sensors manage its precision head movement tracking. It also has a 360-degree motion tracking sensors, so even your smallest move will be detected. It comes with two handheld controllers that have 24 sensors to track your hand movement. Best of all, Vive boasts of a 110-degree vision which engulfs your complete view. All of this at a hefty price tag of $1399.
3. Pansonite VR Headset
If you are looking at decent VR experience but at an affordable price, buy the Pansonite VR Headset. It is super light, inexpensive and can give you a great VR experience at 1/4th the cost of an Oculus Go. They’ve got really great lenses, headset design and an easy-to-use system. It even allows for adjustments of the pupil distance and focal length so that you can use the headset without putting on your glasses.
4. Samsung Gear VR
Samsung created their own high-end version of Google Cardboard, added a few controllers and created a new VR headset specifically designed for high-end Samsung Smartphones. Although it may look a bit bigger than other Smartphone powered headsets, it provides a great experience.