Comparing the Xiaomi Mijia and Homido V2 Virtual Reality Headsets, I found that both offer immersive experiences for users. The Mijia is a standalone AR headset, whereas the Homido V2 is a smartphone VR headset.
Starting with the Xiaomi Mijia, it offers an impressive field of view at 103° and has a resolution of 960 x 1080 px. It also has 360 tracking, so you can move freely without sacrificing immersion and refresh rate of 120 Hz which ensures smooth graphics. The operating system is compatible with Android and iOS devices as well. However, one downside to this device is that since it’s not released yet there’s no guarantee on how reliable the hardware will be in the future or when it will come out.
Moving onto the Homido V2 Virtual Reality Headset, it has a smaller field of view at only 90° but still offers an immersive experience thanks to its high-quality resolution of 960 x 1080 px coupled with 360 tracking capabilities. The refresh rate is also great at 120 Hz so you don’t have to worry about any lag in your gaming or watching movies. Unfortunately, unlike the MiJia headset, this device doesn’t support any external controllers so you won’t be able to take full advantage of its potential for interactive gameplay or content creation purposes if you want those features from your virtual reality headset.
Having used both headsets personally, I would recommend the Homido V2 over the Xiaomi Mijia due to its compatibility with multiple platforms (Android/iOS) plus being cheaper than most other similar products on the market today makes it an ideal option if you're looking for value for money out of a VR headset experience without breaking your bank account balance. That said though if you’re looking for something that can provide true free movement within virtual reality then I would say go with the MiJia as its standalone design means no need for wires which limits how much space one needs to use their device within their home environment when playing games or creating content with their headset on!
|Country of Origin
|Field of View
|960 x 1080 px
|Single Micro-OLED monocular