A standalone headset gets into PC virtual reality gaming.
We tested the best VR headsets for PC and gaming that you can buy in 2019. From cheap to premium, here are our favorites.
Welcome to the beginning of the next era of virtual reality hardware, where host devices aren’t needed, and cables are just for charging.
Valve announced that its flagship VR title, Half-Life: Alyx, is now available for pre-order with a planned release in March 2020.
Google dropped Daydream VR support from the Pixel 4 smartphone and removed the Daydream View headset from its online store.
The HTC Vive Cosmos is a great VR headset held back by bad controller ergonomics. It's comfort and lack of base stations makes it a good upgrade from the Vive.
Oculus VR unveiled a wave of new features coming to the Oculus Quest—including hand tracking—expected to release by early 2020.
HTC Vive Cosmos will be the first of the family to not require base stations. It's currently available for pre-order for $699.
The Valve Index VR headset and controllers offers an excellent visual experience and best-in-class tracking, and the Index controllers are the best out there.
Strategy Analytics said that Sony's lead on the VR market increased as low-end products from Google and Samsung became less popular.
Tobii's benchmarks show that its Spotlight Technology eye tracking reduces GPU load for VR headsets, helping to increase efficiency and maintain frame rates.
The Rift S isn’t a second-gen headset, but more like a do-over of the original, with improvements and compromises. If you have a headset, you can skip this one.
IDC said that shipments of VR and AR headsets rose 27.2% year-over-year in the first quarter of 2019.
At CES 2019, HTC Vive has announced an upcoming lightweight VR headset, the HTC Vive Cosmos, and an enterprise VR HMD, the HTC Hive Pro Eye.
The Insta360 Evo 5.7K VR camera with 360-degree mono and 180-degree stereo captures clear images and video, but could use an improved stitching algorithm.
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