Best VR Headsets for PC 2019


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  1. HTC VIVE:
    When it was originally released, the HTC Vive was streets ahead of its nearest competitor, the Oculus Rift. It supported room-scale tracking out of the box, and came with two motion controllers that allowed it to offer a much more immersive experience. Now, however, the gap has narrowed.
    Today the Oculus Rift matches much of the Vive’s functionality and includes two motion controllers of its own. But the Vive still has the edge over the Oculus because, for our money, the room-scale tracking is that much better. The feature allows you to walk around a space that’s 4.5 by 4.5m big, adding another dimension to the feeling of presence that you experience while using it.
    That’s if you have enough space in your real room, of course.
    The headset itself contains two 1080p screens which makes for a very crisp image. Unfortunately it’s not quite high-resolution enough to prevent you from being able to discern individual pixels when you wear it, and the HTC Vive Pro, with its 78% increase in dots per inch, offers a much sharper screen in addition to built-in audio, which the original Vive lacks.

  2. HTC Vive Pro:
    The newest high-end VR headset in town comes packing a lot of impressive specs. Take, for instance, the HTC Vive Pro resolution of 2880 by 1600, offering a 78% increase in dots per inch than the HTC Vive.
    This means ultra-crisp visual fidelity that lets you experience textures and shadows in a way previously impossible in VR.
    But the HTC Vive Pro perks don’t end there. There’s also the addition of built-in headphones and new nose guards that do a better job of blocking out light than the HTC Vive. All told, the HTC Vive Pro is a clear evolution in both design and tech on the older HTC Vive.
    However, for all its shiny new specs, new navy blue color and a game library that’s sure to grow, the HTC Vive Pro has some serious flaws.
    The main one is obvious: it’s expensive. It costs the same as the HTC Vive did at launch, and it doesn’t come with any accessories in the box. That’s right: you’ll have to buy controllers and sensors separately.
    Setup is also a challenge with the Vive Pro because all of your firmware has to be as up-to-date as possible.

  3. Oculus Rift:
    The current VR arms race is all thanks to one man: Oculus founder Palmer Luckey. As a teenager, Luckey collected VR tech and was fascinated with making his own headset in his garage. Numerous prototypes and a $2 billion Facebook buyout later, Oculus is still the biggest name in VR.
    It’s seen some decent upgrades over the years thanks to the inclusion of the Touch controllers, and a couple of key price drops.
    Yet, compared to the HTC Vive’s room-scale technology, the Rift isn’t quite as good. The reason is that while the Vive is designed to let you walk around in any direction, by default the Rift has you place its two sensors in front of you. This means that the tracking is more single-sided, and you can’t let yourself get turned around, or else the sensors will lose track of you.

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