Best Virtual Reality Headsets

Review & Comparison, Last Update November 18, 2022
Virtual reality is knocking at every door! Discover new amazing virtual worlds, make virtual tours to the most famous sights, objects of cultural heritage, and natural landmarks. And, of course, enjoy 3D video games. It's possible if you choose one of the virtual reality headsets on our shortlist! ...Read more ...Read less
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PROS
CONS
OUR VERDICT
Display
Field of View
Sound
Movement Sensors
Controls
Interface
Compatibility
Convenience
Weight
Warranty
 
PROS

The high-res certified HMD and high-res headphones will be surrounding you with sound, projecting sound effects and making them come at you from above, behind, beneath, and from every angle imaginable. The SteamVR Tracking offers 360-degree coverage and tracking so precise that even 0.1-mm movements are not wasted. 

CONS

The IPD adjustment knob is a little more difficult to turn. 

OUR VERDICT

HTC Vive Pro, offering 3D spatial sound and two AMOLED 3.5" displays, raises the stakes, making the VR experience more immersive and enveloping than before. With its improved ergonomics, dynamic audio, and detailed visuals, the simulations come alive, transporting you into a whole new world. 

detailed parameters
Display

Dual AMOLED 3.5" displays, 2880 x 1600 (1440 х 1600 on each eye), 90 Hz

Field of View

110°

Sound

Hi-Res certificate headset, Hi-Res certificate headphone (removable), High-impedance headphone support, Integrated microphones

Movement Sensors

SteamVR Tracking , G-sensor, gyroscope, proximity, IPD sensor 

Controls

Eye relief with lens distance adjustment, Adjustable IPD, Adjustable headphone

Interface

USB-C 3.0, DP 1.2, Bluetooth

Compatibility

Windows® 8.1 or later 

Convenience

Adjustable headstrap, Includes SteamVR™ Base Stations 2.0, Controllers (2018) and all necessary accessories, Supports SteamVR™ 2.0 Room-Scale Tracking up to 20'x20',2-month VIVEPORT subscription

Weight

~ 500 g

Warranty

1 year

PROS

The Oculus Touch wireless controllers do an excellent job precisely recreating your hands, including every gesture and just about every interaction, making the games feel real. Your slashes, throws, jabs, and grabs will appear in the virtual world with intuitive and realistic precision.

CONS

Certain glossy surfaces will be uncomfortable to look at. 

OUR VERDICT

Oculus Quest is the best VR prospect on the market for people who don't have a high-end rig at home and/or those who'd rather have the ability to take the headset anywhere with them and experience virtual reality in different places. Plus, you'll be able to play original games like Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series.

detailed parameters
Display

PenTile OLED screen, 1440 x 1600 per eye, 72 Hz

Field of View

100°

Sound

Headphone jack

Movement Sensors

Insight Tracking sensors

Controls

Adjustment for inter-ocular distance, Volume adjustment

Interface

Wi-Fi

Compatibility

iPhone (iOS 10 or higher) or Android (6.0 Marshmallow or higher) smartphone

Convenience

Oculus App (free download), Adjustable straps, Frame-friendly spacer, 2 wireless controllers included

Weight

~ 570 g

Warranty

1 year

PROS

The supplied controls support six degrees of freedom (6DOF) motion control accuracy. The company's Anti-Screen Door Effect tech works wonders effectively delivering more than twice the display's resolution pixel count. The built-in headphones let you experience equally rich and dynamic 360-degree spatial sound. 

CONS

The headset is relatively heavy. 

OUR VERDICT

Samsung HMD Odyssey+ is all about the stunning visuals that will enrich your virtual reality experience and make you never want to leave these virtual worlds. At the same time, the model's sound will make the experience that much more immersive, so you'll definitely feel like you're actually there at times.

detailed parameters
Display

3.5" AMOLED screen, 2880 x 1600

Field of View

110°

Sound

Integrated microphone, headphone jack

Movement Sensors

6-axis ACC & Gyro, 3-axis compass, Proximity sensor, IPD sensor

Controls

Volume adjustment, IPD adjustment, Focus adjustment

Interface

HDMI, USB 3.0

Compatibility

Windows 10

Convenience

Adjustable headband, Anti-screen door effect (Anti-SDE), 2 free months of Infinity subscription and gain unlimited access to hundreds of VR games and apps, Wireless controller included

Weight

644 g

Warranty

1 year

PROS

The device's 3D audio tech will let you accurately perceive the sounds' direction and distance. You'll always be able to tell whether the sounds are coming from above, below, and/or all around you, giving that competitive edge and making the games feel more realistic and immersive.

CONS

There are too many wires required to run the headset. 

OUR VERDICT

Sony PlayStation VR is the easiest decision you'll ever make: if you already have a PS4 and looking to give VR a shot, then there's no reason not to purchase this virtual reality headset. At the same time, as an overall package, the headset plus the console aren't that bad either.

detailed parameters
Display

5.7” OLED screen, 1080 х 960, 120 Hz

Field of View

100°

Sound

Integrated microphone, headphone jack

Movement Sensors

3D depth sensors

Controls

Fits glasses, lens distance from the eye can be adjusted, Interpupillary distance adjustment

Interface

HDMI, USB

Compatibility

PS4

Convenience

3D audio technology, Adjustable headband, Processor unit, PlayStation VR headset connection cable, HDMI cable, USB cable, Stereo headphones, PlayStation VR demo disc included

Weight

590 g

Warranty

1 year

PROS

The controller feels pretty good in the hand. The design is ergonomic and the controller feels responsive enough. The crystal-clear optics work together with the optimized 3D graphics module to provide the highest visual clarity that 200 bucks can buy.

CONS

The battery life could use some improvement.

OUR VERDICT

Oculus Go Standalone Virtual Reality Headset is the best bang for your buck. The virtual experience it is able to deliver is very similar to its much more expensive Oculus Rift counterpart. The screen door effect is minimal. The breathable fabrics and injection foam molding make the headset disappear.

detailed parameters
Display

LCD screen, 2560 x 1440, 72 Hz

Field of View

100°

Sound

Headphone jack

Movement Sensors

Insight Tracking sensors

Controls

Adjustment for inter-ocular distance, Volume adjustment 

Interface

Wi-Fi

Compatibility

iPhone (iOS 10 or higher) or Android (6.0 Marshmallow or higher) smartphone

Convenience

Breathable fabrics and injection foam molding, Adjustable straps, Frame-friendly spacer, Wireless controller included 

Weight

~ 470 g

Warranty

1 year

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HTC Vive Pro

The Most Complete Package

The HTC Vive Pro has been described as the most complete gaming package and, truth be told, drawing comparisons between this product and its VR competition is not easy. It's not easy because the package is, indeed, quite complete. Sure, the price is also not very modest, so we will not be comparing this device to Oculus Go and even Oculus Quest because we're talking about different price brackets here. Where premium, complete VR packages are concerned though, the Vive Pro is hard to compete with. Everything starts with the device's resolution since the more pixel density you're working with the sharper the graphics will be, reproducing crisp visuals and detailed imagery. The headset gives you two AMOLED 3.5" displays, with native resolution reaching 2880 x 1600 (1440 х 1600 on each eye) and the refresh rate capping at 90 Hz.

From the video subject, the most natural transition is the model's audio. This is where the high-resolution certified HMD and headphones come into play, integrating 3D spatial sound to make the audio enveloping and immersive. You're transported into the virtual world and you're staying there whether you like it or not, with sound effects coming at you from different angles. Then, there's the robust amp, driving the high-impedance headphones to create soundscapes that change the entire audio landscape. To add more, the two mics support and enable active noise cancellation, making sure that outside noises do not ruin immersion, but also offering you Alert and Conversation modes so that you can choose to hear the surroundings while immersed in the gameplay without removing the headset.

Review of HTC Vive Pro

Bringing Real-Life Objects Into VR

The games will look and sound good, we've established that. But what about the gameplay? Well, this is where SteamVR Tracking base stations and controllers are taking the wheel, offering precise tracking and 360-degree coverage so that no movements are wasted and remain unnoticed. You can use the headset seated, standing, even with multiple friends, provided you're using multiple stations, extending the virtual playground to 22’11" x 22’11" (you're not mistaken, that is 22 feet and 11 inches by 22 feet and 11 inches, pretty impressive, right?). The IPD adjustment knob is a little more difficult to turn but this is where the controls' flaws conclude.

We're not even talking about the VIVE Tracker Ecosystem and we probably should. With this system, you're able to expand the headset's business use, adding real-life objects to the simulation to expand motion capture and enable various automotive, aerospace, and heavy equipment simulations.

Bottom line, the HTC Vive Pro is almost dangerous because the device elevates the immersion extents we've seen simulated before and takes them to the next level.

HTC Vive Pro in the use

Additional Info

    Manufacturer

Last updated price $1,190.48
Stock In stock
ASIN B07B9WPR7G

What customers say about this product

Features

I find it a little bit of a pain to get the headset just right on my head. You need to get the straps perfect (not too tight, or loose) to make the area right in front of your face perfectly clear.
 

Oculus Quest

Standalone Gaming Platform

The best thing about the Oculus Quest is that the device is a standalone gaming platform. You don't have to connect the headset to your PC. There are no wires to worry about here.

In fact, you'll be able to take the headset and controllers with you and play VR games anywhere you want. You'll have no issues playing standing up and/or sitting down. You'll have no issues playing in spaces big and/or small. The company's Guardian system is able to remember your play space's boundaries and help you avoid nearby objects while you're in the virtual reality experience.

Bottom line, we're dealing with arguably the most practical and convenient virtual reality headset on the market today.

You'll be able to set the system up in seconds. The free Oculus app is compatible with most iPhone (iOS 10 or higher) and Android (6.0 Marshmallow or higher) smartphones. Of course, that's far from the model's only appeal. At the end of the day, what matters is how fun and immersive the system is and this particular system is plenty fun and ridiculously immersive.

The company's Insight tracking system instantly translates your movements into the virtual world. You won't need any external sensors. The system couldn't care less about which way you're facing. You'll be able to look around, duck for cover, and turn the tide of the battle from just about anywhere in your play space.

Review of Oculus Quest All-in-one VR Gaming Headset

Transporting Your Hands Into the Game

In addition to the headset, you receive two Oculus Touch wireless controllers. These things are fantastic. They do an excellent job precisely recreating your hands, including every gesture and just about every interaction, making the games feel real enough so that you can reach them and touch them. Your slashes, throws, jabs, and grabs will appear in the virtual world with intuitive and realistic precision.

A quality sound system can make the virtual reality experience as much as a subpar system can break that experience. Here, we're dealing with the former. The company's positional audio is built directly into the headset, so you'll be able to hear your teammates and/or your opponents sneaking up behind you without any headphones.

All things considered, the Oculus Quest is the best VR prospect on the market for people who don't have a high-end rig at home and/or those who'd rather have the ability to take the headset anywhere with them and experience virtual reality in different places. Plus, you'll be able to play original games like Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series.

Oculus Quest All-in-one VR Gaming Headset in the use

Additional Info

    Manufacturer

Last updated price $572.81
Stock In stock
ASIN B07P6RJ39C

What customers say about this product

Size & Weight

Overall feel is very robust.
 

Samsung HMD Odyssey+

Anti-Screen Door Effect

The Samsung HMD Odyssey+ definitely has its moments compared to the model's predecessor as well as every other VR headset on the market right now. As far as we're concerned, it all starts with the visuals. There's just something about the model's merged double 3.5-inch AMOLED screen setup with a 3K display (that something is an incredibly realistic all-around view). At the same time, the headset's 110-degree viewing angle gives you that fluid and immersive virtual experience whenever you glimpse over/around the surroundings.

Sometimes, it is the little details that raise the overall experience. Other times, it is the company's Anti-Screen Door Effect tech that works wonders effectively delivering more than twice the display's resolution pixel count. Among other features, this technology will make your VR adventures crisp, clear, and as seamless as they come.

Given that the audio part matters just as much as the video part, the people behind the HMD Odyssey+ headset made sure to arm this model with the company's best tech.

Equipped with robust built-in headphones that are tuned by AKG, this headset for PC lets you experience equally rich and dynamic 360-degree spatial sound, providing audio so natural it will make you feel like actual real-life sounds are coming at you from all directions. There's also the built-in mic that you can use to chat with teammates as well as control your PC via Cortana.

Review of Samsung HMD Odyssey+ Mixed Reality Headset

Six Degrees of Freedom

On the logistics front, the headset is just as solid. You'll be able to set the model up in minutes. Simply plug the headset into any compatible PC and you're all set to jump directly into the experience. The experience will prove much more intuitive, by the way, because the supplied controls support six degrees of freedom (6DOF) motion control accuracy.

The model is relatively lightweight (~1.7 pounds) and plenty comfortable. The premium cooling fabric makes sure you don't overheat and that the lenses do not fog up, letting you play for as long as you want. You'll likely forget you're wearing the headset at all. Of course, some might still find this device relatively heavy but the adjustable headband should definitely make the fit comfortable enough.

To sum it all up, the Samsung HMD Odyssey+ is all about the stunning visuals that will enrich your virtual reality experience and make you never want to leave these virtual worlds. At the same time, the model's sound will make the experience that much more immersive, so you'll definitely feel like you're actually there at times.

Samsung HMD Odyssey+ Mixed Reality Headset in the use

Additional Info

User Manual     Manufacturer

Last updated price $924.99
Stock In stock
ASIN B07HS7R1RT

 

Sony PlayStation VR

The Sony Approach

The Sony PlayStation VR is pretty much the promised land for VR on consoles. In some ways, the system isn't necessarily as polished and refined as its Oculus/HTC competition. But this headset doesn't really compete with these platforms.

First and foremost, the price brackets are completely different. This headset is 2-3 less expensive compared to Oculus Quest and HTC Vive. At the same time, compared to the latter, the headset doesn't work independently. You'll need a PS4 to use the headset. Of course, that's still great (on the cost-value front) compared to HTC Vive since the latter is much more expensive and requires a solid rig to run its games.

Now that we've covered logistics, let's talk features and specs because the model is no joke in these departments.

The custom 5.7-inch OLED screen will let you see and experience hyper-real 3D environments come to life. The headset is able to deliver 120 frames per second, so you'll be able to enjoy ridiculously smooth visuals and just as ridiculously low latency that, combined, will create the most immersive virtual reality experience.

The model's 360-degree immersion works wonders making you an actual part of the living, breathing virtual world with its seamless field of view. Whichever way you turn, the virtual world is still there.

Review of Sony PlayStation VR Virtual Headset

Pinpoint Accuracy

We cannot emphasize how important audio is to the whole virtual equation. Fortunately, the people at Sony understand that. The device's 3D audio tech will let you accurately perceive the sounds' direction and distance. You'll always be able to tell whether the sounds are coming from above, below, and/or all around you, giving that competitive edge and making the games feel more realistic and immersive.

The headset comes equipped with a built-in mic. Using this microphone, you'll have the means to chat with your online friends, discuss various in-game tactics, and, again, strengthen your immersion into the virtual world.

As far as precision is concerned, your PlayStation Camera will be tracking the nine LEDs positioned on the headsets' front, back and, sides, providing that pinpoint accuracy within the game world that you need to make these games equally challenging and entertaining.

Long story short, the Sony PlayStation VR is the easiest decision you'll ever make: if you already have a PS4 and looking to give VR a shot, then there's no reason not to purchase this virtual reality headset. At the same time, as an overall package, the headset plus the console aren't that bad either.

Sony PlayStation VR Virtual Headset in the use

Additional Info

    Manufacturer

Last updated price $399.99
Stock In stock
ASIN B01DE9DY8S

What customers say about this product

Key Specs

Boots up as quickly; extremely fluid, immersive, 3-axis motion tracking. No motion artifacts seen whatsoever.

Features

The games are fantastic. Watching TV on it is such a joy. The Hulu VR app is so freaking cool.

Size & Weight

I have an enormous skull, but the PSVR truly is one size fits all. My kids and wife all wear glasses, but they had no problems wearing the headset.
 

Oculus Go

STANDALONE HEADSET

Provided you don't own a PS4 console, the Oculus Go Standalone Virtual Reality Headset is the most affordable quality VR headset you can find. It is definitely the most affordable standalone virtual reality headset that can still tussle with the best VR headsets on the market today.

As you'd imagine, that standalone refers to the fact that you can use the headset without connecting this thing with some other device. Of course, it is all about cutting the cord. You'll still have to link the headset with your smartphone to play games and stream your favorite content. You will, however, be able to do that using the built-in Wi-Fi module, so, again, you won't have to deal with any cords. Plus, you can always take this very much portable headset with you wherever you go and enjoy quality virtual reality experience just about anywhere you want.

As far as the overall experience is concerned, there's not that much to cover here. On one hand, the headset is pretty good at bringing virtual experiences to life, delivering rich details and vibrant color with the company's best-in-class lenses. The crystal-clear optics work together with the optimized 3D graphics module to provide the highest visual clarity that 200 bucks can buy.

On the other hand, the available games definitely cater more to the casual crowd. They're fun and engaging but not necessarily challenging.

Review of Oculus Go Standalone Virtual Reality Headset

IT IS ALL ABOUT THE GAMES

The controller's story is similar. On one hand, the 3DoF controller feels pretty good in the hand. The design is ergonomic and the controller feels responsive enough.

On the other hand, this controller comes up fairly short compared to its Oculus Touch competition. The former brings your hands into the virtual world, tracking your hand and arm movements. That's not the case here. The controller hasn't evolved much beyond the usual point-and-click remote.

Having said that, you'll still be able to move this thing around in the virtual space. It is all about the games that you play. With Coaster Combat, you'll be using the controller like a pistol that lets you shoot at/collect coins. It will feel intuitive there but not much more than that. It is games like Coaster Combat that let this controller truly shine, going beyond selecting things and becoming a part of the virtual world.

In short, the Oculus Go Standalone Virtual Reality Headset is the best bang for your buck. The virtual experience it is able to deliver is very similar to its much more expensive Oculus Rift counterpart. The screen door effect is minimal. The breathable fabrics and injection foam molding make the headset disappear.

Oculus Go Standalone Virtual Reality Headset in the use
Last updated price $214.97
Stock In stock
ASIN B07B4NLKKF

What customers say about this product

Key Specs

I was not disappointed! I first tried some high-motion videos, like a roller coaster and aerial skiing, both of which gave me some motion sickness.

Features

The battery life is subpar, but I overcame this by velcrowing a 5200mAh powerbank to the rear head strap.

Size & Weight

The device is not too heavy, and with the included straps it fit comfortably and securely on my face.
 

What Is a Virtual Reality Headset?

3D technologies are no wonder today. An experienced user wants to fully immerse into movies or video games and get the real feeling of the virtual reality. These objectives have stimulated the leading electronic producers to the creation of special virtual reality headsets that provide users with new impressions, including the visual and audio effects making cyberspace real. One of the major features of this equipment is its compatibility with game-boxes, smartphones, and PCs. The virtual reality headset creates the panorama around a user. Every eye sees an individual picture, which in combination with a high-quality surround sound, maximizes the effect of immersion into the virtual world.

This review compares the best available models of virtual reality headsets. For the ultimate comfort and pleasure of playing video games, we recommend you to consider buying one of the premium gaming chairs.

What Features to Compare

Picture Quality

If you are going to buy a virtual reality viewer, the first thing to take care of is the picture quality. Modern headsets are either equipped with their own displays or use smartphone screens. The picture quality mostly depends on the resolution, i.e. the higher the resolution is, the better the picture a user sees. If a headset uses the phone display, the resolution will be the one supported by the smartphone. On the other hand, if you have a viewer with a built-in display, you should take the aspect ratio into account. It is recommended to choose a wide-screen display with the aspect ratio of 16:9 and HD resolution. These features define the refresh rate, which is really important for ensuring a smooth changing of frames in dynamic scenes. Another important parameter is the viewing angle or the field of view. The wider it is, the more objects you can see at the same time.

Audio Features and Extra Conveniences

After deciding on video parameters, you should consider the audio features and extra conveniences of every headset. The sound impacts the feeling of reality. You will probably agree that seeing an excellent picture accompanied by a poor sound doesn't give you a feeling of reality. Certain headsets have built-in audio systems, while others use the speakers of smartphones. If the device has built-in speakers, they split the audio signal and create a stereo effect. To improve the audio quality, you can use extra earphones. Some headphones support the 5.1 surround sound providing you with impressive 3D audio effects. Additional conveniences of virtual reality viewers can include motion sensors such as accelerometer, gyroscope or proximity sensor. All these sensors make a VR gameplay truly realistic and fun. If your device uses a smartphone, you should find out whether your phone has the necessary sensors. It is also recommended to look at the controls that might include a sensor panel, built-in keys or buttons or external controller units. It should be mentioned that flagship models feature the adjustment of the focus distance, approximation, or sharpness; all of them improve the picture quality. The lenses on the most advanced models can be adjusted individually for people suffering from myopia or presbyopia. Usually, the headset is connected to the smartphone via a USB port or to a TV set or external monitor through the HDMI slot.

Compatibility and Comfort

Finally, we would like to clarify the meaning of such criteria as the compatibility and comfort. Planning to purchase the virtual reality headset with a smartphone as the source of signal, you should find out what screen size range is supported by the headset. The majority of VR headsets are compatible with phones with the displays from 4'' to 6'' wide. If a headset needs to be connected to a personal computer, you should also be sure that it's compatible with PC's operating system and hardware. For the ultimate comfort, the design of virtual reality headsets allows adjusting them to almost all possible head sizes and shapes. Apart from physical positioning, the convenience also depends on the weight of a VR headset. If you wish to enjoy the virtual reality for a long time without any harm to your health, you should use the lightweight models.

Virtual Reality Facts

The Idea Is Not That New

Most people probably reckon that virtual reality has been around for ~5 years but the idea is actually much older than that. Of course, we're talking about virtual reality devices that are at least remotely similar to these modern-day headsets. Various contraptions that were designed to create and/or emulate different immersive experiences have been around for decades. The actual term is neither that old nor that new though. It was coined in 1987 by Jaron Lanier during that 80s period when people were almost as heavily invested in the idea as we're now.

The People Are Very Much Behind Virtual Reality

It goes without saying that young people are into virtual reality because young people are always interested in new things/experiences. At the same time, it is not just young people that have shown major interest regarding these devices. According to multiple polls, somewhere around 65% of baby boomers find the idea interesting and these modern-day headsets (and the devices to come) very much intriguing.

Of course, young people are still the biggest driving force behind the industry's recent growth. The market is already worth over $5B and is projected to reach $45B by 2024. Needless to say, these are insane numbers but, at the same time, they're actually pretty conservative and many people believe that we'll see much more incremental increase than that.

The Variety Is Already Here

A few years ago, people had to choose between the same three to five products. That's not even remotely the case anymore. There are over 9000 products listed on Amazon under the "virtual reality headset" category that are currently available for purchase. The folk at Google have been able to sell more than 88 million Cardboard VR headsets in 2016 alone.

People usually associate these headsets with mobile-based platforms, and they're not wrong there. Almost 90% of virtual reality headsets are smartphone-based, usually meaning that you place your smartphone into the headset and use the phone's display as the virtual screen. That being said, there are headsets that can be used independently but also paired with your smartphone to run certain applications.

At the same time, most people associate these headsets with gaming application/purposes but that's actually not the case. Somewhere around 40% of VR content is game-related these days, meaning that the application range goes far beyond these silly little games that the headsets were originally designed for.

Healthcare, among other industries, is huge on virtual reality. From diagnostics and treatment to practising invasive surgical procedures, the field has already benefited big-time from these virtual reality devices and it's only uphill from here.

The government loves VR. Both NASA and the United States military are investing major financial assets in virtual reality. The former organisation uses VR to connect engineers with the devices they send into space. The military uses virtual reality tech to recruit and train soldiers before deploying them.

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