Tue. May 26th, 2020

The best VR headsets for 2020: Every option reviewed and ranked

When do we draw the line between “early adoption� and, uh, “regular adoption�? With virtual reality, maybe it’s right now. Years of sluggish sales had me convinced that virtual reality might disappear with nary a whimper, but then the hard...

When do we draw the line between “early adoption� and, uh, “regular adoption�? With virtual reality, maybe it’s right now. Years of sluggish sales had me convinced that virtual reality might disappear with nary a whimper, but then the hardware got better, the games got better, and suddenly people are talking about VR again. And hey, being essentially trapped in your house for weeks on end doesn’t hurt.

The hardware landscape has gotten a lot more confusing since the first-gen Oculus Rift and HTC Vive debuted in 2016. We have “tethered� and “untethered� headsets, different resolutions, different lenses—and what the hell is “MR� anyway?

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