8 Best VR Glasses on the Market

When you want to start in the world of Virtual Reality , you already know in advance that it is the most immersive gaming experience that exists , but also that it is quite expensive. So put to spend money, why not do it on the best virtual reality glasses available ? In this article we are going to tell you which are the best virtual reality systems that are on the market and that you can buy. Of course, prepare the wallet.

In the following list you will be able to find those that we consider, under our own criteria and experience, the best Virtual Reality glasses available, and also ordered by order of the performance / quality / price ratio.

Oculus Quest

Oculus Quest

EUR 799.00

If you are looking for VR glasses that have the best value for money, this is your best option. You will not have cables in between, and also thanks to its integrated sensors you can map your gaming space to avoid colliding with walls or furniture that may be in between. This device was launched with 50 games, but the catalog is gradually expanding and more and more are available.

It features a 2880 x 1600 resolution OLED panel (which translates to 1600 x 1440 pixels per eye) and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. It also integrates two high-resolution speakers.

Oculus Rift S

Oculus Rift S

EUR 799.00

This is surely the best Virtual Reality device for PC in technical terms. It has a screen with a resolution of 1280 x 1440 pixels per eye with 80 Hz refresh rate, it has integrated headphones and, like the previous one, it is capable of mapping the room so that we do not hit walls or furniture when using it.

PlayStation VR

PlayStation VR

EUR 259.90

In this case it is not for PC, but the PlayStation VR have proven to be the best VR entertainment systems for the price they have. They have a wide repertoire of games, and it is sold in packs that include everything you need to fully enjoy a Virtual Reality experience with the PlayStation 4 (not including the console, mind you).

It incorporates a 5.7-inch OLED screen with 1080p resolution, capable of displaying a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz depending on the game. It also has 3D audio but you need separate headphones for audio, unless you want to use the one on TV.

Oculus Go

Oculus Go

EUR 379.00

If you want to start in the world of Virtual Reality without spending a lot of money, this is your best option. The Oculus Go are completely wireless, have a 5.5-inch screen with a 2560 x 1440 resolution (1280 x 1440 per eye) and are powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor.

HTC Vive Pro

HTC Vive Pro

EUR 999.00

These Virtual Reality Glasses feature a dual 3.5 ″ per eye AMOLED display with 1440 x 1600 resolution and 90Hz refresh rate, with 110 degree viewing angle, built-in Hi-Res audio, and a plethora of sensors to provide the best possible VR experience.

HTC Vive Cosmos

With six cameras to provide great tracking technology, these VR glasses also map the room so we don’t bump into anything. They feature a 3.4-inch-per-eye screen with a 1440 x 1700 resolution at 90 Hz and a 110-degree viewing angle. It has removable stereo headphones, and they only need a single cable to work.

HP Reverb

HP Reverb

EUR 1,082.80

These virtual reality glasses from HP stand out for being a very light and comfortable model to wear for hours. They have a resolution of 2160 x 2160 per eye, 114º of viewing angle, Bluetooth and built-in audio. They are very promising Virtual Reality glasses, especially for their price.

Valve Index

Valve’s latest Virtual Reality glasses incorporate a dual 1440 x 1600 resolution screen per eye, with a refresh rate of 144 Hz and 130 degrees of viewing angle for the most immersive gaming experience of all. They are quite expensive and can currently only be found in the Steam store, but they include the new Half-Life Alyx with the purchase.