When you compare the Samsung Odyssey to the Lenovo Explorer 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.
Based on 6 reviews
I recently had the opportunity to test out two Virtual Reality headsets: the Samsung Odyssey and the Lenovo Explorer. After spending some time with each of them, I can confidently say that both headsets offer an enjoyable VR experience. However, each headset has its own unique pros and cons that make it stand out from the other.
The Samsung Odyssey features a 110 degree field of view, 1440 x 1600 px resolution, Intel Core i5 processor, Nvidia GTX 1050 graphics card and runs on Microsoft Windows. It also offers room scale 360 tracking for a more immersive VR experience. All these specs are great for enjoying virtual reality content but I have to say that my favourite part about this headset was its refresh rate of 90 Hz which makes movements seem smoother in comparison to some other headsets with lower refresh rates. As a pro, I would have liked it if the headset came with headphones or a sound bar though since most PC headsets don’t come with audio equipment included by default.
On the other hand, we have the Lenovo Explorer which also offers a 110 degree field of view along with 2880 x 1440 px resolution and an Intel Mobile Core i5 Dual-Core processor with Hyperthreading as well as an Intel HD Graphics 620 (GT2). It also runs on Microsoft Windows and provides room scale 360 tracking like its competitor; however what really sets this headset apart is its exceptionally high pixel density which allows you to see even finer details while immersed in virtual reality worlds without sacrificing too much power or performance when compared to other higher end PC powered VR systems such as the HTC Vive Pro. The main con here is that it doesn’t come with headphones included so you will need to purchase your own in order to get sound while using this headset or connect one from another device such as a smartphone or tablet.
In conclusion, both headsets provide great experiences when used for gaming or watching movies but at different price points depending on your budget needs and intended use cases for either one of them. In terms of overall performance, I preferred using the Samsung Odyssey due to its higher refresh rate which made movements feel smoother compared to Lenovo’s Explorer but if you are looking for something with high detail visuals then Lenovo’s explorer might be better suited for you due to its better pixel density over Samsung’s product although at a slightly higher cost point than Samsung's offering due lacking audio equipment included by default..
|Samsung Odyssey||Lenovo Explorer|
|Country of Origin||South Korea||China|
|Category||PC VR||PC VR|
|Field of View||110°||110°|
|Resolution||1440 × 1600 px (per eye)||2880 × 1440 px|
|Refresh Rate||90 Hz||90 Hz|
|Min. CPU Required||Intel Core i5||Intel Mobile Core i5 Dual-Core with Hyperthreading|
|Min. Graphics Required||Nvidia GTX1050||Intel HD Graphics 620 (GT2)|
|Min. RAM Required||8 GB||8 GB|
|Operating Systems||Microsoft Windows||Microsoft Windows|
|Weight||645 g||380 g|
|Dimensions||202 × 132 × 111 mm||185 × 95 × 102 mm|
|Battery Life||4 h||12 h|
|Usable with Glasses?||YES||YES|
|Built in Headphones?||YES||No|
|Built in Microphone?||YES||No|
|Lens to Eye Adjustment?||YES||YES|
|Mini Display Port?||No|