VR Headset and Accessory Reviews

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We review hundreds of products in a wide range of categories each year. Here's the best of the best in vr headset and accessorys.

HTC Vive review

The Oculus Rift may have brought virtual reality into the public eye, but HTC’s Vive, built in partnership with Valve, does it better. Does the Vive still represent the true future of virtual reality, or are there… See Full Review »

Our Score 8

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HTC Vive Pro Eye Review

  • You can experience VR without controllers
  • Realistic visuals may require less hardware
  • Could support more intuitive controls
  • Feels geared for commercial use
  • Most benefits depend on better software

HTC Vive Review

  • Incredibly immersive
  • Hardware works well
  • Decent launch library
  • Precise, intuitive controls
  • Easy to set up
  • Headset cord can get in the way
  • Field of view isn’t wide enough for full…
  • Headset can get sweaty
Our Score 8

Oculus Quest Review

  • Comfortable fit
  • Seamless wireless experience
  • Six degrees of freedom is immersive
  • Doesn't require headphones
  • Expensive
  • Requires new software library
  • Limited graphics performance

Oculus Rift Review

  • Refined design
  • Headset is comfortable for most
  • Easy to setup and use
  • Touch controllers feel great in-hand
  • Motion sickness is an issue when sitting
  • Oculus Home is a mediocre platform
  • Touch controllers can be unreliable
Our Score 7

Star Wars: Jedi Challenges Review

  • Fun, interactive gameplay
  • Prototype headset is comfortable
  • See-through display lets you stay in the real…
  • Good range of supported smartphones
  • Setup process is tedious
  • Gameplay can be a little janky sometimes
Our Score 8

Oculus Go Review

  • Comfortable
  • Well-designed
  • Large content library
  • Easy to use
  • Only 3 degrees of freedom
  • Resolution could be higher
Our Score 8

Lenovo Mirage Solo with Daydream Review

  • Impressive 6DoF tracking
  • High screen resolution
  • Solid battery life
  • Good starter list of WorldSense-supported titles
  • Needs more content
  • Bulky, heavy, not too portable
Our Score 8

HTC Vive Pro Review

  • High resolution
  • Improved comfort
  • Solid build
  • Expansive software and game library
  • Hassle-free setup
  • Extremely high price for full setup
  • Controllers, sensors not included
  • Cable still gets in the way
Our Score 7