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Dell - Visor Virtual Reality Headset and Controllers for Compatible Windows PCs
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- Compatible OS : Must be connected by a cable to a PC running Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. Inside-out cameras : Eliminate the need for external cameras and setup.
- Required connectors : Features an HDMI 2.0 video output, USB 3.0, and 3.5mm audio jack.Easy to wear and take off flip-up visor : Enables convenient transition from the virtual to the real world.
- Weight-balanced, cushioned headband : Takes the pressure off your nose and cheeks and offers comfort for long-lasting VR sessions.
- Wireless controllers: Dell Visor Controllers allow smooth movement in VR and provide haptic feedback for a more immersive experience. Features Bluetooth interface for an easy setup.
- Bend VR to your will :Includes a thumb stick, touchpad, trigger button, grab button, windows button, menu button, pairing button.
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|Item Dimensions||22 x 14 x 6 in||4.29 x 7.72 x 2.91 in||7.95 x 4.37 x 5.18 in||8.27 x 3.94 x 0.98 in||11 x 7.4 x 8.1 in||26.8 x 3.9 x 12.6 in|
Sensors:Accelerometer Sensor, Geomagnetic Sensor, Gyro Sensor
Control Type:Wireless remote control
Field of View:110 degrees
360 Degree View:Yes
Connector Ports Required:HDMI 2.0; USB 3.0
Compatible Devices:PC with VR/MR-ready hardware
Number Of Controllers Included:2
Number Of Batteries Included:4
Number Of Batteries Required:4
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First, I'll get the only two cons I have about this headset out of the way:
1) It is a bit heavy and can slide down a little and affect visuals.
2) The controllers do lose tracking from time to time when they leave your headset's line of site. Not your line of sight, mind you, so they do have more play in their movement than you might expect.
Everything else so far has been phenomenal. The inside-out tracking allows for room-scale play in my small quarters, the visuals look so much better than I remember from the Oculus, and - with a few easy software downloads - the headset has great compatibility with Steam VR and Oculus games.
You really just lose yourself in the world of VR with this headset. Playing Space Pirate Trainer, I find myself nearly diving on the floor to avoid gunfire, wincing at incoming projectiles. The coolest part is diving out the way is completely viable. You really can dodge and fight back. There's nothing else like VR. 3D and Kinect tracking were gimmicks, fun for a time, then they quickly become a novelty. VR, on the other hand, feels truly game-changing.
The display is noticeably better than the oculus/vive. There's still room for improvement, but there's way less of a screendoor effect, and I haven't had any trouble reading stuff even when wearing glasses. The material on the dell one is my preference. There's no pinching on my nose, and the hinge for flipping it up has been sturdy without any issues in the 50 hours I've played with it in VRChat yet (about 75 hours total use so far)
I've tried every generation of the oculus (dev kits and cv1), and Vive. I was one of the first to buy a vive, I've been stoked for consumer VR ever since using expensive headsets for training in the army some years ago. I sold my vive after moving when I needed dough, and I've missed it. Still unless you have more money than you know what to do with I don't feel like anyone should be dropping $600+ on VR right now.
I pretty much ignored the reviews after trying the acer, hp, and dell versions of this at a show and took advantage of the cheap price.
It's more comfortable than the vive or oculus, and wayyyy easier to setup.
The inside out tracking is absolutely worse at tracking the controllers compared to outside in tracking with mounted sensors. Nobody is pretending it's not, but how often are you doing things without looking at them? You can still use them behind your back a little bit, for say like throwing something over your shoulder. The headset just loses track of where they are after a few seconds if you're moving your head a lot.
The other big difference, these support room scale VR. So you can walk around, with no sensors on your walls. An underrated factor compared to the oculus without the additional sensor. I just wish the cables were longer, but for portability it's ideal so I can see the compromise.
The controllers are not that great, but that's microsofts fault. All mixed reality controllers are the same. The lights kinda look cool tho, so there's that.
If you can get it at a decent price ($200-$260 as of Early 2018) it's worth every penny. Try it out and if it's not right for you return it.
Don't be a dick and say it sucks just because your rig couldn't handle it, or you didn't actually try to make it work, it's NOT a flawless experience, no VR is, but it does have fantastic steamvr support. Know what you're getting into. You just need to download "Mixed reality for SteamVR" on steam first. I own about 70 vr games on steam, and I've only seen 2 not work. If you get something on steam that doesn't work well, just return the game within the first 2 hours of playing it. It's not that hard.
If you're a geek, and you want VR now this is a great place to start. If you have a faulty product, getting a replacement is easy. If you get screwed and only receive either the headset or the controllers that sucks, complain to people and get it fixed. If it makes you sick easily and it's just too much to handle/you can't seem to get your VR legs after dozens of hours playing return it. If you're expecting everything to be absolutely perfect with zero draw backs, just wait another 5 years or so, nobody is making you buy it.
This performs either the same or better assuming you're in a well lit room.
Setup is super easy and it works with SteamVR.
I'd recommend grabbing some rechargeable batteries though. The Controllers take normal AA batteries.
I do not regret purchasing this at $230, and I wouldn't regret it at it's MSRP of $350 either.
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