Best VR headsets to buy in 2017

Oculus Rift

Buy the Oculus Rift now for £549 on or $599 on Oculus Rift has probably commanded more headlines than any other VR system. First launched as a Kickstarter project and then acquired by Facebook, Oculus Rift is one of the most exciting VR systems you’ll find.

HTC Vive

Buy the HTC Vive for £759 on or $799 on HTC Vive is virtual reality headset developed by HTC & Valve .Its first virtual reality system.

Sony PlayStation VR

Buy the Sony PlayStation VR now for £349 on or $629 on than showing a complete VR system, Sony’s PSVR is an accessory for the PS4, PS4 Slim and PS4 Pro consoles, meaning it is less costly to own than something like Oculus Rift or HTC Vive.

Samsung Gear VR

Buy the Samsung Gear VR now for £60 on or $95 on Samsung was one of the early movers on VR, launching the Gear VR headset, co-developed withOculus, and designed to support a smartphone, rather than needing a connection to a PC or console.

Google Daydream View

Buy Google Daydream View now for £69 on Google Store. Daydream is the next-generation of VR from Google and the headset is appropriately called Daydream View. Daydream is the future for Google and Android virtual reality.

Huawei VR headset

Google’s Daydream platform is about to offer up more devices from more manufacturers and Huawei has been the first to announce, giving you more alternative.

LG 360 VR

Buy the LG 360 VR now for £69 on or $99 on The LG 360 VR is a headset that you can connect to your LG G5 via the USB Type-C cable, other than slipping your phone into the front as you do withor devices.


Buy the Homido now for £40 on or $50 on Homido is a device which give you a more important piece of headset hardware, but work  same way as that of Google Cardboard.

Microsoft HoloLens

Buy the Microsoft HoloLens now for £2,719 on Microsoft Store. Microsoft surprised everyone as soon as it entered the world of virtual and augmented reality. It unveiled the Microsoft HoloLens headset, which works withWindows Holographic is a technology that adds 3D images in the world around us .

Sulon Q

The Sulon Q VR headset was unveiled during GDC 2016 in San Francisco and could be a big competitor to Oculus Rift and HTC Vive in that it runs on a Windows 10 PC architecture. Unlike those headsets though, it doesn’t need a high-end PC to run and is completely “tether-free”.

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