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83
$1,399
The Vive Pro is a huge price jump for what we thought was a relatively trivial performance
80
$400
Editors' Choice Award
The Rift S is one of our all-time favorite headsets and we think it's one of the best overall VR products out there
78
$499
The Vive is one of the best when it comes to VR headsets
77
$999
While the Index has some incredible features for the VR aficionados, it isn't necessarily the best bet for everyone
75
$400
Best Buy Award
The Quest is a great option for casual to moderate gamers who want a highly portable VR headset without shelling out a ton of cash
74
$199
Editors' Choice Award
This standalone headset takes all of the hassle out of VR without compromising quality
73
$400
While the Mirage does have some unique features, it's priced more like a tethered headset but performs like a mobile one
72
$500
Offering an exceptional gaming and VR media experience, the PlayStation VR is a fantastic choice, as long as you already own a PS4
67
$130
This fantastic headset is awesome, but doesn't have a huge range of compatible phones
66
$700
The Vive Cosmos delivered an overall lackluster performance, making it a bit of disappointment
63
$399
While the Acer and Windows Mixed Reality show plenty of promise, it still can't quite match the top headsets
53
$85
While this might be a great gift for the Star Wars enthusiast, its novelty may wear off over time
49
$40
The Merge VR was relatively unremarkable in our test, but it is quite durable
47
$15
Best Buy Award
If you want to give VR a try and are on a tight budget, then Google Cardboard is your best bet
42
$40
Delivering one of the worst performances, we are far from thrilled with the SHINECON
36
$50
Unless the Bnext is severely discounted, it is hard to recommend this product.
31
$50
There are definitely better option available, in terms of value and performance