Review 257: 08.12.2021 at 08:00 pm
Hi guys, Let me first begin with the HTC Vive Flow VR headset, it is not a full VR headset, it’s lightweight and doesn’t provide the full VR experience. You can adjust the lenses to suit your eyes. The headset suits all head sizes.
The headset doesn’t wrap around your head like most VR headsets. You can use your smartphone as a controller for the headset and enjoy content using it. It’ll feel like you’re watching content on a huge screen, but from your smartphone. But no one will be able to see the content you’re watching.
The degree of view is 100, and the resolution is 3.2K with 75Hz refresh rate. The headset comes with integrated speakers with surround audio support. The mics support noise and echo cancelation. The headset also comes with a cooling system to help you with extended periods of usage.
This cooling system will keep the air fresh and cool when using the headset. This will also decrease fatigue while using the headset. Based on my experience, this headset is great for relaxing. You can use it to watch relaxing scenes before you sleep.
The headset costs nearly 500 USD.
It is very lightweight and the screen supports high resolution.
Since it depends on your smartphone, you won’t get the best VR experience. Currently, it doesn’t support iPhone or most Android devices. Make sure that the device you’re going to use with the headset is supported.
The headset doesn’t work with the S21 Ultra, too. The device is supported, but there was a problem with the software update.
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