Oculus Quest: standalone Rift-compatible VR for everyone?

Oculus Quest

Oculus has announced Quest as its new standalone VR headset at a draw-dropping US$399. That is a Rift-compatible headset with no wires, no high-end PC or smartphone required, and it will launch with over 50 titles. Simply put, it might be the mass market break-through VR has been waiting for.  We can expect to see it hit the market in Q2 2019.

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Pimax 8k/5k Plus impressions – the next level for VR?

Pimax 8K bundle

Pimax 8K and 5K+ reviews from second-generation testers are out – Pimax lifting their NDAs this week. So what are their thoughts on what is essentially the final consumer-ready hardware?

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StarVR One targets high-end VR users

StarVR and StarVR One XT HMD

StarVR corporation launched the latest version of its StarVR Virtual Reality HMD at SIGGRAPH 2018. The goal for StarVR one is to offer “a new world of realism” for commercial and enterprise users and it certainly boasts some impressive specs.

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