Well, the 2019, is the year of virtual reality, almost every company comes up with their best VR headsets. Earlier, it as assumed that future is VR, in 2016 when a wave of headsets began to appear. After that, companies like Samsung, Microsoft, HTC, LG and other comes up with VR headsets that are have different features. Now, plenty of perfectly good VR headsets are available that you can buy now. Whether you need to is another matter.  And the headsets are depends upon the work you do.

The latest and greatest VR headsets make immersive, room-scale gaming is better than ever. Better yet, there are plenty of fantastic options to go completely wire-less as well.

Oculus Quest

Oculus Quest delivers games and an immersive experience anywhere, and has self-contained tracking and full-motion six degree of freedom (6DoF) motion controllers with vibration that can also track finger movements with VR gaming: they’re the same touch controllers you get on the PC-required Oculus Rift. Quest has a surprisingly great higher-resolution display and built-in speakers, and apps are downloaded right to the headset’s onboard storage.

HTC Vive

HTC Vive Coming to the details of new VR handset by Vivo, the new headset boasts a combined resolution of 2880 x 1700 across both LCD eyepieces. That’s 88 percent higher than the original Vive’s 2160 x 1200 resolution, and a marginal increase of 100 vertical pixels over the Vive Pro, letting the Cosmos claim the crown for highest resolution of the current generation of VR headsets. HTC’s says “experience VR at 90 fps,” presumably indicating a 90 Hz refresh rate. It is higher than the Rift S (80 Hz) but lower than the Valve Index (120 Hz).

Oculus Rift S

The Oculus Rift S is much improved than earlier, it has now overdue features like a higher-resolution display (1,280x1,440 per eye) and self-contained room tracking via five cameras studded in the Rift S headset. No more external cameras or sensors are needed, making Rift S a lot easier to use casually. Oculus’ collection of games and apps is excellent, and the Oculus Store is easy to browse for games for first-time Rift users (a little easier than the sometimes confusing Steam VR layout).

HP Reverb VR Headsets

The Reverb is HP’s second Windows VR headset. The most remarkable is the headset’s new display resolution of 2160 by 2160 pixels. That is larger than the earlier version of HP’s first headset. Reverb also comes with an expanded 114-degree field of view. However, that’s not a significant jump over HP’s previous Mixed Reality device, which comes in at around 105 degrees. HP comes up with some most important changes, this time around. Instead of OLED displays, it’s using fast-switching 2.89-inch LCDs running at 90Hz.