Oculus Go.

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  1. ASIGN_Baz

    ASIGN_Baz "Maker of awesome stuff"

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    I have one at work, its pretty decent, great screen quality.

    Just keep in mind that you are limited to phone experiences because its being powered by something that is similar to a phone.
     
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    The Go display looks better than the Vive and Rift in terms of SDE and resolution, and the lenses have a bigger sweet spot. It runs at max 72Hz refresh rate, compared to 90Hz of the Rift/Vive. You'll be limited to 3DoF on the HMD and controller, but you still get a bit of parallax thanks to the head/neck model. The experiences on the Go are obviously not going to be up to Rift/Vive standards, but it's binary compatible with the GearVR so the library is already decently big. The Go has a SD 821, which is a few years old, but the performance is exceptional due to the optimised version of android that it is running.

    There are a bunch of really cool games available, and it's by far the most frictionless way to try VR - very pick up and play.
     

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