Tag Archive: Headset


Google intros new, more expensive Daydream View headset, AR Stickers

During the Pixel 2 launch event, Google also unveiled a new Daydream View headset, which like last year’s iteration arrives all wrapped in fabric. Well this year, customers will get to choose from more color options including Charcoal, Fog, and Coral. The new Daydream View headset will be offered for the price of $ 99, which […]

LG V30 pre-orders in the US will come with Google’s new Daydream VR headset free of charge

Thinking of buying the new and shiny LG V30? While the phone is yet to go on sale in the United States, it seems it won’t be long before customers in the country we’ll be able to (pre-)order one. And the good news is that the new flagship will be offered with some incentives. As […]

How to get the best deal when selling your VR headset

Whether you’re ready to upgrade to a bigger and better VR headset, want to downsize for awhile until new technology comes out, or think VR just isn’t quite right for you, here is how to sell your VR headset!

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Want to save $200 on a Google Pixel and get a free Daydream View VR headset? Here’s how

The “Pixel, phone by Google” has undeniably been one of the best phones of the last 12 months. The unbelievably smooth user experience is backed up by super fast software updates, the best camera on the market, and amazing battery life. With rumors surfacing about the next generation of Pixel devices, it’s getting harder and […]

Standalone HTC Vive VR headset powered by the Snapdragon 835 is heading to China

HTC launches a standalone version of the Vive VR headset exclusively for the Chinese market.

Back at I/O 2017, Google announced that it is working with Qualcomm, HTC, and Lenovo to bring standalone VR headsets to the market. We now have a better idea of what these devices will look like, thanks to a standalone variant of the HTC Vive that’s destined for China. Dubbed Vive Standalone, the VR headset is powered by Qualcomm’s 10nm Snapdragon 835 platform, with  [Read More…]

Buy an LG G6 or LG V20 from T-Mobile and get a free LG MiniBeam Projector, B&O headset

Back in February, T-Mobile had a promotion running which offered a free LG MiniBeam Projector with the purchase of the LG V20 or LG G5. Well, a few months later a similar deal is once again available from the carrier. Buy an LG G6 or LG V20 and get an LG MiniBeam Projector and a […]

How to put prescription lenses in your VR headset

How do I use prescription lenses with my VR headset?

The major VR headsets, including Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and PlayStation VR, have been designed in a way that lets most prescription glasses frames fit. However, wearing glasses inside a head-mounted display can still be problematic. You might scratch the headset’s lenses with your frames, you might experience a bit of fog, and your lenses touching your face when mashed into the headset can cause smudges that  [Read More…]

You can now buy the Daydream View VR headset in India for ₹6,499

Google’s mobile VR headset is now available in India exclusively on Flipkart.

Google has launched the Daydream View VR headset in India. The headset is available exclusively on Flipkart for ₹6,499 ($ 100), and comes with a one-year warranty. Currently, the Daydream View is compatible with the Pixel and Pixel XL as well as the Moto Z, with Google stating that the Galaxy S8 and S8+ will pick up support shortly.

The headset is made out  [Read More…]

iWear – an intriguing but unwieldy mobile theater headset (Review)

In theory, on paper, and even sometimes in practice, Vizux’s iWear Video Headphones are fantastic – a stereo headset that sports twin 720p displays, 3D and VR support, and a built-in battery? Sign me up. It sounds a little like a better version of Cardboard, right? It sounds like a headset you’d pack in your […]

Samsung Gear VR: The best mobile VR headset you can buy today

One of the most feature complete VR experiences available today, and all you need to power it is your phone.

Samsung and Oculus have worked closely together since late in 2014 on a way to offer a compelling VR experience using little more than a phone. The Gear VR uses Samsung’s superior display tech and a unique but locked down software experience from Oculus, and since that initial launch there have been four revisions to the hardware.  [Read More…]