Virtual reality is for everyone! That is the theme of today’s blog. If you’ve been thinking of getting your own Virtual Reality branded vr headsets but haven’t quite been sure where exactly to begin (or what type of set you might need), today I offer some help by exploring a few specific models of the 2 main VR headset types: Mobile and Tethered (PC/Console). By the end of this article you should have a pretty good idea of what to expect from each type of headset, as well as which specific model might be right for you. Read on!
Mobile Virtual Reality Headsets
The first major category of VR headsets that I want to consider—and by far the biggest group, is that of Mobile VR Headsets.
Mobile VR headsets are not connected by wires to other devices like PCs and gaming consoles, making them easy to bring with you when traveling. They also give you plenty of freedom to move about as you play games and enjoy VR content. Though these sets may lack some of the bells and whistles of more complex and expensive headsets, they still offer a ton of fun features and great content, and they also offer simplicity and convenience to users that don’t necessarily require a lot of high end features and premium materials to enjoy VR content like interactive games, exciting experiences, and 360 degree videos.