The ultimate VR headset buyers guide
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If you go back to the 1990s and start reading about “virtual reality,” youll quickly realize that the term could refer to anything from a full Lawnmower Man simulation system to a 3D model on a computer screen. Things have gotten simpler since then: outside a few special circumstances, were now almost always referring to things you see inside a VR headset like the Oculus Rift. Unfortunately, this definition implies that all headsets are roughly equivalent that a $30 Google Cardboard will do the same thing as an $800 HTC Vive.
But as VR headsets start appearing on store shelves, the very real differences between them will start to matter a lot. So if youre looking into VR, what should you check out? Theres no one, specific device…