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If you're interested in jumping into the Virtual Reality foray but aren't sure how to do it, let Geek Squad give you a hand. In this blog, we'll talk about 3 different types of VR possibilities from the basic Insignia VR Viewer all the way to the robust Oculus Rift.
It’s that time of year again. Time to start figuring out what gifts you’re going to buy everyone this holiday season. If you’ve got a technology lover on your shopping list this year, you can’t go wrong with putting a little virtual reality gear under the holiday tree. There are more than a few options out there, though, so I’m going to let you know why the Oculus Rift is quite possibly the coolest tech gift this season.
PlayStation VR, simply put, is out of this world. I already had great experiences with Sony’s newest gaming platform at events like Tokyo Game Show, E3, and Fan Expo Canada, but even my admittedly high expectations were blown away after spending a dedicated week with the VR headset. Sony’s VR tech may not have been the first to the market, nor is it the most powerful, but it offers the best combination of hardware, software, and price of any VR platform available today.
Samsung’s latest Gear VR headset continues the direction the company pursued when it entered the consumer VR space last year. Rather than going with a radical redesign or altering the user experience, this headset is a lot like the last one, only with some slight tweaks to make it look and feel a little different.
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