HTC's Vive Pro offers a comfy upgrade path for VR early adopters. It's the best consumer headset available. Just make sure your GPU and wallet can take the hit.
Samsung’s Odyssey HMD is the Cadillac of Windows Mixed Reality headsets. If you’re looking for a high-end MR option, this option is our favorite--even at its high price.
The era of virtual reality was supposed to usher in a new world of advanced games, entertainment, and educational experiences, but hardware adoption has been slow. It’s still got a long way to go.
The company expected to deliver units in February, but safety concerns temporarily halted production. Deliveries are now expected by June.
Sony today revealed a new price for the PlayStation VR headset. Starting tomorrow, the HMD should be available for as little as $299 across the U.S. and $379 in Canada.
TPCast announced a multi-user wireless VR system for businesses and VR entertainment facilities expected to become available in 2Q18.
HTC quietly revealed the recommended specifications for the Vive Pro HMD. As you may have guessed, you would a need a powerful, expensive GPU to drive HTC’s pricey new headset.
HTC today announced that the Vive Focus standalone VR headset would hit the global market later this year. Vive Focus developer kits are available today.
Qualcomm today revealed the full specifications of the Snapdragon 845 VRDK reference headset. The company also outlined the developer resources that it provides with the program.
AMD's "Raven Ridge" Ryzen 5 2400G delivers impressive traditional gaming performance, but can it handle Microsoft's Windows Mixed Reality VR platform? The short answer is yes--but with caveats.