HTC's Vive Wireless Adapter lets you cut the tether from your VR headset, but it doesn't always provide a smooth experience.
Pimax's 5K+ headset is the first consumer VR device with an ultrawide field of view. We strapped it on to find out if that's something you should care about.
The HP Windows Mixed Reality headset offers a handful of excellent features, but the product value is marred by a handful of poor design choices and a high asking price.
The Asus Windows Mixed Reality HMD is a nice headset with much to like. But its current price is too high considering the ample competition.
This portable VR headset is affordable and lightweight, and fits on small heads. If you're looking for one to share with your kids, this is among the best right now.
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.
HTC and Valve bet on tracked wand controllers for VR. Now, HTC is doubling down with the Vive Tracker universal tracking device. With them, you can track pretty much anything in VR.
OSVR’s HDK2 matches the display specifications of HTC's Vive and Oculus' Rift. The rest of the package pales in comparison, though.
Sony PlayStation VR (PSVR) hardware is more affordable than the Rift and Vive, but how does the console-connected HMD compare to PC-centric VR?
3DRudder is one of the first third-party peripherals to hit the VR market. It lets you move around virtual environments with your feet, while leaving your hands free for other tasks. We take it for a spin.
The Razer OSVR HDK 1.4 offers VR on a budget. The HMD features a lower resolution than the typical VR systems, which lowers the GPU requirements for VR gaming, but can a 60Hz 1080p display really deliver a compelling VR experience?
The HTC Vive has all of the ingredients to successfully challenge the Oculus Rift, including its 6DoF hand controllers, the ability to walk around in virtual spaces and 100+ games on the way.
The Oculus Rift, the first high-end, consumer VR head-mounted display is now available, and it's poised to usher in a future of immersive experiences.
Samsung's Gear VR is the first VR headset to get mainstream attention. It has the potential to fuel the early days of consumer-grade VR, but is it really worth your money and attention?