VR Product Reviews
Reviews, comparisons and previews to the latest Virtual Reality glasses and accessories.
Read all about the very latest VR glasses and accessories in our Product Reviews. The VR glasses are extensively described by us from start to finish so that you get the best advice for choosing the right Virtual Reality headset!
Diederik HermsenDecember 11, 2020
Review: HP Reverb G2
The HP Reverb G2 is the result of a collaboration between Valve (known from Steam) and Microsoft (HP). The Reverb G2 offers the highest and clearest image resolution on the current VR market. With improved headphones, new controllers and two extra inside-out cameras, the HP Reverb G2 promises to be everything you'd expect from a virtual reality headset.
Diederik HermsenOctober 29, 2020
Review: Insta360 One R Action Camera
With the Insta360 One R, Insta360 comes with a uniquely versatile action camera. The Insta360 One R line is aimed at anyone who wants to take good 360-degree photos and videos and offers options for beginners, enthusiasts and professional filmmakers alike. Depending on your own wishes, you can combine the camera's modules until you have a set-up that does exactly what you want. The Insta360 One R is therefore the first modular action camera that allows you to decide for yourself what you want to do with it.
Diederik HermsenSeptember 27, 2020
Review: Ino-VR Shift
To this day, most high-end VR headsets are still connected to a computer and television screen. Not surprising, because a computer naturally has a much more powerful graphics card than a standalone headset. The inconvenient thing is that every time you want to move the headset to a different place, you also have to move the computer and the screen.
Diederik Hermsen September 12, 2020
Review: Valve Index
With the advent of the Valve Index, Valve puts itself on the VR map in one fell swoop. This is the first VR glasses from developer ValveTM (ao known from Steam, Half-Life and the Portal series) and can compete directly with comparable popular VR headsets such as the HTC Vive Pro and Oculus Rift S.
Diederik Hermsen June 5, 2020
Review: bhaptics Tactot vest & Tactal accessories
More and more people are now coming into contact with virtual reality and it is less special than it was in the beginning. This has to do with the fact that virtual reality is becoming increasingly accessible. For example, you already have the Oculus Quest at home for a relatively low amount and you can enjoy good VR content completely wirelessly, without spending hundreds of euros on a game PC.
Diederik HermsenFebruary 12, 2020
Review: HP Reverb
The HP Reverb is an excellent choice for users who want to take a first step into the high-end segment of VR. Although the HP Reverb runs on the Windows Mixed Reality platform, the headset is also compatible with SteamVR and - in a small detour - with Oculus. Due to the extremely high image resolution, the screen is crystal clear and the HP Reverb is comparable to other VR headsets in the higher segment, such as the HTC Vive Pro and the Pimax 8K.
Diederik HermsenJanuary 8, 2020
Review: Oculus Quest
The new VR glasses from Oculus, the Oculus Quest, are the first completely wireless VR glasses from the American company. Oculus - also known from parent company Facebook - dominated the VR market in 2016 with the very first VR glasses for Consumers: the Oculus Rift. With these glasses Oculus developed the first VR glasses that were available for a relatively affordable price for Consumers, creating the landscape for the following VR glasses. The disadvantage of the Oculus Rift was that as a user you still needed a powerful (VR) computer.