Which VR Headset Should You Buy in 2019? Comparing the Rift, Vive, PSVR, and More!

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With so many VR headsets available now, choosing one is more difficult than ever. Luckily for you, I break down ALL of the major VR headsets (Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, PSVR, Oculus Go & Quest and MORE) to help you decide which is right for you. This video is everything you need to know about buying a VR headset in late 2018, just in time for the holidays!

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One of the most commonly asked questions I get is “Which VR headset should I buy?”, and while in the past it was a relatively simple answer, with so man different virtual reality devices available today each with different capabilities and specs, it’s time I made a deep-dive into each headset available to try to help you decide on what you should buy.

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24 thoughts on “Which VR Headset Should You Buy in 2019? Comparing the Rift, Vive, PSVR, and More!”

  1. Even buying the OG headsets is a good buy, even if the picture quality isn't great. If you want to get into VR, don't bother waiting. Even if youtubers with their infinite money tell you to "wait" don't wait. Because if you wait you'll never get VR.

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  2. Hello peoples,
    About 9 years ago I lost the use of my left arm and hand, so gaming became pretty limited for me.
    I really want to experience VR, so I think PC is my best option, what with custom key bindings + a gaming mouse.
    I'm pretty much a newb to this stuff; does anyone know what my best option might be?
    I don't want to jump around etc, I just want to sit and play, as I can't use the hand controls.

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