Top 10 Best Rated VR Systems 2020

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The idea of virtual reality has been around for a very long time, and thanks to the advancement of science of technology, this technology has started to become a reality. Although, the technology is far from its highest potential, but there is a reasonable amount of fun you could derive from it at its current stage.

This article would be presenting 10 great VR systems anyone interested could buy. The article discusses cheap products as wells as expensive ones.

Best VR System 2020

1. Samsung Gear VR

Many people do not know Samsung has a product in the VR market, but this should not come as a surprise, considering the kind of company Samsung is. The VR system is a moderately-priced product and it delivers a pretty good user experience.

The Samsung Gear VR only assuredly works with Samsung phones at the moment. However, the product does not even work with all Samsung phones. The Samsung devices compatible with this hardware, are Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 edge, Galaxy Note5, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, and Galaxy S6 edge+.

  • Proximity Sensor
  • 360-degree view
  • Accelerometer
  • Gryo Sensor
  • USB Type C

Price: $129.99

Pros

  • Sharp graphics

Cons

  • Controller powered by non-chargeable batteries
  • Limited to Samsung users

2. Oculus Quest

Facebook-owned Oculus is one of the best companies in this industry. The company has a good number of VR systems, and the Oculus Quest is one of them. The Oculus Quest is a premium headset which delivers a premium user experience.

It also stands out as one of the best standalone headsets available out there. Powering this device, is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor is an octa-core chipset, and it is one of the elements behind the epic performance of this product.

  • Wireless connection
  • 6 degree motion
  • Built-in speaker
  • Standalone

Price: $399.00

Pros

  • Superb user experience
  • Doesn’t heat up quickly
  • Play while charging
  • Fast game setup
  • Standalone

Cons

  • Relatively small no of apps
  • Relatively expensive

3. Oculus Rift S

Another of the nice VRs Oculus has to offer, is the Oculus Rift S. This headset happens to be one of the most popular out there, and it is very unlikely to disappoint. The device works with systems that either come powered by at least the Intel i3-6100 processor or the AMD Ryzen 2 processor. It is however worthwhile stating that this VR headset does not work with any OS aside the Windows 10 operating system. Also, to use this VR system, it is important that your PC has at least 8 GB of random access memory.

  • Controllers powered by AA battery
  • 1,280 x 1,440 pixels/eye

Price: $399.00

Pros

  • Improved graphics (Oculus Rift)
  • Built-in cameras

Cons

  • Short cable length
  • Poor speaker
  • Bulky

4. Google Daydream View

The Google Daydream View is a VR headset offered by Google. This product was produced by Google, not necessarily to make money, but to enable the use of VRs in Android devices. During the time of the release of this product, it was only compatible with the Google Pixel 2 devices. However, the product is currently compatible so many other Android phones.

  • Controllers powered by AA battery
  • Meant for Androids

Price: $78.99

Pros

  • Comfortable

Cons

  • Not all Android devices supported

5. Oculus Go

The Oculus Go is another product we would love you to look into. This device is a high quality VR system which is affordable, and people who can not afford the more expensive Oculus Rift S, should be able to afford this product. The device has support for 3D high-definition graphics. We also love the Oculus Go for having a built-in headset.

  • 5 mm audio jack
  • Built-in headset
  • 3D HD graphics
  • Standalone VR

Price: $199.00

Pros

  • Great quality
  • Comfortable

Cons

  • Storage not expandable

6. HTC Vive

Among virtual reality systems with very high rating, is the HTC Vive. The HTC Vive is a pretty popular product. It has a lot of hype around it, and this device is just as good as people claim it to be.

The HTC Vive is a PC-based VR headset, and it has support for both wired and wireless connection. Owning a build of this product would cost you about $700. This price is very expensive, but the HTC Vive deserves such a price tag.

  • Wired and wireless connection
  • 1080 x 1200 pixels/eye
  • 90GHz refresh rate
  • AMOLED display
  • PC-based

Price: $694.94

Pros

  • Epic user experience
  • Precise 360 controls
  • 6 hours battery life

Cons

  • Relatively expensive

7. HP Reverb

As a prominent manufacturer of gaming laptops, HP had no choice but to release a virtual reality headset. The HP Reverb is the name of the product this company decided to release, and this device is another epic VR headset. Just like most PC-based VR headsets, the HP Reverb comes with support for only the Windows 10 operating system.

  • 2160 x 2160 pixels/eye
  • 5mm audio jack
  • Windows 10

Price: $649.00

Pros

  • 114 degree view
  • Epic graphics
  • Lightweight

Cons

  • Expensive

8. Valve Index

If you ask people about the best VR headsets they have ever used, the Valve Index is likely to be one of those products that would come up. This device, as expected is a PC-based virtual reality system. The system requires the Windows 10 operating system, an operating you are very likely to be running on your computer.

  • 1,440 x 1,600 pixels/eye
  • DisplayPort 1.2
  • USB 3.0

Price: $1000.00

Pros

  • 120Hz refresh rate
  • 130 degree view
  • Epic graphics
  • Durable

Cons

  • Very expensive

9. Sony PlayStation VR

For people who are fans of Sony, we are glad to announce that Sony is one of those companies having a VR headset to offer. The Sony PlayStation VR is a product designed for Sony PlayStations, but this device could be used to do a number of other things. However, note that the Sony PlayStation VR would not work with PlayStation 3, 2, or 1. They are currently know to only work with the Sony PlayStation 4.

  • 1080 x 960 pixels/eye
  • PlayStation 4
  • HDMI
  • 100 degree view

Price: $299.99

Pros

  • Optimized for PS4 games
  • 120Hz refresh rate

Cons

  • No con

10. Lenovo Mirage Solo

We were surprised to learn that Lenovo has a good VR to offer, and on trying it out, we came to realize the products is one of the best in the market. The Lenovo Mirage Solo is our VR system in question, and this device is truly nice. The product comes powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835. Its refresh rate is recorded to be 75 hertz.

  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 835
  • 75Hz refresh rate
  • Accelerometer
  • Magnetometer
  • Standalone
  • Gyroscope
  • Bluetooth
  • Wi-Fi

Price: $359.99

Pros

  • WorldSense technology
  • Memory expandable
  • Wireless connection
  • Powerful battery

Cons

  • Limited app library
  • No built-in speaker

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