Best VR Headsets for PC

The virtual reality race is on, here are the best VR headsets for PC

Best VR Headsets for PC

Virtual Reality is finally here with the HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift considered the Best VR Headsets for PC. Both headsets provide the best virtual reality gaming experience which makes them currently the best VR headsets for PC. These VR headsets have a lot in common while being totally different in terms of functionalities and design. Do read our comparison between Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.

Best VR Headsets for PC

Both of these headsets offer a lot and deliver the best virtual reality experience. There are many other headsets as well which do go unnoticed. These other headsets provide different functionalities for different purposes so they are worth mentioning. Many people are having a tough time in deciding which one to buy. So, here are the best virtual reality headsets for PC:

Sulon Q Headset

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Sulon Q Headset
Sulon Q Headset

Sulon Q AV VR headset is the first entry in the list of best VR headsets for PC. Sulon Q is an AR and VR headset which combines the functionalities of other VR headsets and does everything without any wires. The Sulon Q VR headset runs on an architecture which supports Windows 10 and all of the hardware is built into the headset itself, so you can take it with you anywhere and play games at high performance.

There are also camera lenses on the front of the headset which enables the user to use it as an AR headset as well and use tools similar to the Microsoft HoloLens. Sulon calls their headset a “head mounted computing platform”.

The Sulon Q VR AR headset was announced at the Game Developers Conference 2016 and was reported to have hardware powered by AMD, focused more on wireless VR gaming. There are built-in earphones for 3D audio as well. The Sulon Q headset looks just like a regular VR headset and there is nothing very extraordinary about its design from the outside.

The Sulon Q headset may be able to compete with the likes of Oculus Rift, but we can’t say anything right now. Only time will tell.

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