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Should You Get the Vive Cosmos?

Vive Cosmos

The recent announcement of the Vive Cosmos has turned quite a few heads. To some, this new and improved version of the Vive is just what they were hoping for. Vive’s community seems to have inspired the design. A lot of the quality of life adjustments for the Vive Cosmos were specifically requested by the current customer base. Will these improvements be worth the hefty
price tag? That remains to be seen, but there are still compelling reasons to pick this iteration of the Vive over other VR headsets.

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Is PSVR still worth buying in 2019?

PSVR, Is PSVR Still worth Buying

PSVR is one of those platforms that revolutionized the gaming world. Since PS4 is the best seller of this generation for consoles, it made a lot of sense to add VR support to it and the price makes it one of the most accessible VR solutions on the market right now. But is PSVR still worth buying 3 years after release? Let’s find out!

Design and comfort

The unit comes with a 5.7” OLED screen and full HD resolution, so 960×1080 per eye. Unlike other VR solutions this is a single screen. You get full 360 degree vision and you will have the world rendered at 120 FPS at all times. Reading small texts can be difficult, but you get used to that.

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Is the Valve Index worth buying

Valve might be known for its games and the Steam store, but in the past few years they’ve been doubling down on the idea of virtual reality. And while they did help create the HTC Vive, they have now released their own VR headset named Valve Index. Let’s take a quick look if the Valve Index is worth buying.

What is Valve Index?

As the name suggests, this is a VR headset created solely by Valve. Conveniently, the unit does work with the previous base stations from Vive, or you can buy the Base Stations 2.0 which bring in even better accuracy and tracking using SteamVR tracking technology.

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Should you get the Oculus Rift S?

Oculus Rift S, Should you get the oculus rift s

A lot of people want to know, should you get the Oculus Rift S or any other product like that? As you can imagine, it all comes down to a variety of factors. The specs and features in particular matter a lot. The design is roughly the same when compared to the Oculus Quest, the only difference is that you are attached to the PC at all times.


For the Oculus Rift S, you have a display resolution of 2560×1440 and a refresh rate of 80Hz. They added 5 sensors and you have the same PC requirements as CV1. That being said, you also have accessories like a 5-meter cable, DisplayPort 1.2 and USB 3 support. The price for this unit is $399 and the interesting thing about it is that it also has a plethora of cool benefits with it.

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Should you get the Oculus Quest?

Oculus Quest, Should you get the Oculus Quest

Should you get the Oculus Quest? That’s a question that many of us have, and for a very good reason. Oculus has released new hardware for VR enthusiasts, the Oculus Quest is particularly created for the mobile audiences. But is this worth the effort or not? We are here to study what the Oculus Quest has to offer and whether it’s a good purchase or not.

What is the Oculus Quest?

Right off the bat you will notice that this is a very interesting, unique VR headset for mobile users. Its design is very similar to the Oculus Rift S, but it’s a little bit simpler due to the mobile integration features. The good thing about the Oculus Quest is that you don’t need to be near a PC to use it

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Valve Index VR headset announcement! Preorders from May 1st

It’s official, gaming-giant Valve is entering with waters with a headset of their own. If you head to their steam page you may be pleasantly surprised that the Valve Index VR headset still stands. Earlier today Doug Lombardi, Valves spokesman dismissed all rumors of an April Fools joke in an interview with The Verge. Confirming Valves planed full product announcement and preorders for May the 1st. The target shipping date for the Valve Index is sometime in June.


  • Headset – Two Front Facing Tracking Cameras
  • Integrated Headphones
  • Tether with DisplayPort 1.2 and USB 3.0 Connections
  • Power Adapter
  • Regional Power Adapter Plugs
  • Two Face Gaskets (narrow and wide)
  • Cleaning Cloth
  • Valve Index Controllers/Knuckle controllers(Not mentioned on the steam page, but confirmed by Valve)

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Is it worth buying WMR (Lenovo Explorer) in 2019

WMR, Lenovo Explorer

Lenovo Explorer is the first Windows Mixed Reality Headset by Lenovo which is one of the biggest tech companies in the world. The Lenovo Explorer was launched with the aim to provide affordable VR experience to consumers. In this guide, we will tell you everything you need to know about Lenovo Explorer. We will also address the important question, is WMR (Lenovo Explorer) worth buying in 2019. Lets’ get started.

Design & Build Quality

Lenovo is a well-known company and it is known for its quality products and Lenovo Explorer is no exception. The Design of Lenovo Explorer may look identical to the Oculus Touch but there are some differences which make the Lenovo Explorer more unique. It features the visor-shaped headset which you can flip upward. This small design move is very useful as it allows you to lift the headset up and do things without taking it off.

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Is the Oculus Rift worth buying in 2019?

Oculus Rift is considered to be one of the best VR platforms that you can find out there. It looks great, it’s very consistent and it has a stellar game library accrued over the years. But that being said, is it still an option for 2019 or are there better options out there?

Design and Comfort

The Oculus Rift comes with Velcro straps and a comfortable padding for the faceplate. The unit is actually lighter when compared to the VIVE for example, which makes it a bit better when it comes to moving around and using it for a few hours. The sleek, fabric coated exterior leaves a small footprint and it’s very good to use. While the design still seems quite futuristic, it’s something that does stand out and it’s a pleasure to use. Of course there will be discomfort if you use this device for hours without stopping, but if you just play for an hour and then just take breaks, you will be fine.

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