When you compare the Nreal Light to the INMO Air you can see which VR Headset is better. Let's take a look of the comparison, and see which model of VR Headset out ontop.
When it comes to the comparison of two virtual reality headsets, I recently had the opportunity to review both the Nreal Light and INMO Air. Both are excellent options in their own right, but there were certain areas where one outperformed the other.
The first point of comparison between these two headsets is in field of view. The Nreal Light offers a 52° field of view while INMO Air has 25° field of view – a clear advantage for Nreal Light here as it provides an immersive experience that can make you feel like you’re really inside your VR world. This makes it great for playing games and watching movies or videos with VR technology.
In terms of resolution, the Nreal Light also takes this one hands down as its 1920 x 1080 px resolution dwarfs that offered by INMO Air at 640 x 400 px – clearly making this a pro for anyone who values image quality and clarity when engaging with virtual reality content. Additionally, the Nreal Light also features room scale 360 tracking capabilities which allow you to move freely around within your virtual world with ease - something not found on INMO Air. This is another big pro for those looking for more naturalistic movements within their virtual environment. Lastly, both headsets feature refresh rates of 60 Hz so no particular headset holds an advantage over the other in this area either way.
On balance then my opinion is that the overall winner here is definitely Nreal Light due to its wider field of view, higher resolution display and room scale tracking capabilities which make it ideal for full immersion into any given VR experience without sacrificing any key areas such as image quality or tracking accuracy within its environments. In terms of cons however, there are a couple worth mentioning; firstly though more powerful than most mobile devices used currently to power AR experiences, its Quad-core ARM CPU lacks some performance potential compared to more robust PC-based AR experiences from rivals such as Microsoft HoloLens 2 (a con present on both headsets). Secondly too despite being futureproofed by running off Android OS rather than relying on proprietary hardware or software (a huge plus) not all apps will be available yet due to its upcoming release date at time of writing (another con on both headsets).
|Nreal Light||INMO Air|
|Country of Origin||China||China|
|Category||Mixed Reality||AR Glasses|
|Battery Life||3 h||3.5 h|
|Field of View||52°||25°|
|Resolution||1920 × 1080 px||640 x 400 px|
|Display Type||2 x OLED binocular||OLED|
|Weight||85 g||78 g|
|Usable with Glasses?||YES|
|Built in Headphones?||YES|
|Built in Microphone?||YES|