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Sony PlayStation VR

Sony PlayStation VR
  • Field of View

    100°

  • Resolution

    1920 × 1080 px (per eye)

  • Refresh Rate

    120 Hz

  • Weight

    600 g

Description
PlayStation VR is a breathtaking experience and the perfect introduction to the world of virtual reality. The headset has a 100° field of view, 1920 × 1080 px resolution, and 12 x 9 ft. gaming area. It also features 360 tracking with the PlayStation Camera, so the picture moves as you move your head. A smooth, comfortable headset with stunning graphics lets you live out your gaming dreams. Immerse yourself in 3D games with two 1080p HD screens for each eye. And it's so easy to use-just plug in and play!
Specification
Sizing
Dimensions
187 × 185 × 277 mm
Weight
600 g
Other
Lens to Eye Adjustment?
YES
Eye Tracking?
YES
IPD Adjustment?
YES
Built in Microphone?
YES
Positional Tracking?
YES
360 Tracking?
YES
HDMI?
YES
USB?
YES
Usable with Glasses?
YES
Display
Refresh Rate
120 Hz
Display Type
OLED
Resolution
1920 × 1080 px (per eye)
Field of View
100°
Overview
Category
PC VR
Model Name
PlayStation VR
Country of Origin
Japan
Brand
Sony
Release Date
2016
Reviews of the Sony PlayStation VR
Rated 4.1 / 5 from 6 Reviews
You know what? Sony did it. The PSVR is actually pretty great
cnet.com
  • - 3.9
While the motion tracking trails its PC VR counterparts, Sony's PlayStation VR otherwise crams a solid and satisfying virtual reality experience into an existing PS4 game console.
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PlayStation VR is the promised land for virtual reality on consoles
techradar.com
  • - 4.5
PlayStation VR is an affordable introduction to quality VR. Many of the experiences aren't as crisp as the ones found on the Oculus Rift or HTC Vive, but, for a system that uses a PS4 instead of an expensive PC gaming rig, we're not complaining. Plus, a recent price reduction makes it even more appealing.
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Sony PlayStation VR Review
pcmag.com
  • - 4
Graphics-intensive, device-tethered virtual reality has been chugging along for a solid year, but it's still a fairly expensive novelty with few must-have experiences on any system. That said, the PlayStation VR offers the best balance of price, power, and features we've seen in the category yet. At $700 including a PS4, its total cost of entry is significantly less than the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive ($1,500 to $2,000 each, including the necessary VR-ready PC). It also packs far more graphical power than any of the phone-based VR headsets like the Samsung Gear VR. We're still not sold on VR as a necessary investment for every gamer, but so far the PS VR is the best value of the big names out there, and our Editors' Choice.
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WHEN GOOD ENOUGH IS GREAT
theverge.com
  • - 4.2
Overall, what’s great about PlayStation VR is that it fits into a popular, user-friendly system. But that also sets certain expectations that other headsets don’t have. Oculus and HTC can ask people to set up precisely calibrated personal holodecks without a second thought, because PC gaming is already a somewhat solitary activity that goes hand-in-hand with ridiculous hardware setups. PlayStation VR’s natural habitat is an all-purpose entertainment space that you might share with any number of people, including ones who couldn’t care less about VR. Like the PlayStation itself, PSVR feels best as something you can kick back and enjoy without rearranging your living room into a VR cave.
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Serious fun for a sane price
tomsguide.com
  • - 4
The battle for VR supremacy just got a lot more interesting. The $399 Sony PlayStation VR is an easy entry to gamers intrigued by virtual reality, but not wealthy enough to shell out $1,000 or more. For your money, you're getting a headset that's comfortable enough to wear for long periods of time and pretty easy to set up.
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PlayStation VR’s second iteration is still going strong, but is now the right time to pick one up?
space.com
  • - 4
PlayStation VR remains a great entry point to VR if you have a PS4 or PS5. Plus, it makes up for its lack of power with a solid library of titles.
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