Best VR headset under 100

Best VR headset under 100 [Top 3 Guide]

Best VR headset under 100
Best VR headset under 100

When it comes to VR gaming, you definitely need to invest quite a sum in order to get a real VR headset. If you only want to buy a VR headset under 100, then you need to deal with VR headsets that work via your smartphone, not an integrated screen.

1. BNEXT VR Headset for iPhone & Android

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BNEXT VR Headset for iPhone & Android

The BNEXT VR Headset for iPhone & Android is also a good choice for a VR headset. It is not as popular as the DESTEK one but it also is worth a consideration.

Advantages

  • Adjustable straps
  • Tool to make sure phone is centered
  • Works with most phones (iPhone 7, Galaxy s8)
  • FD and OD adjustments

Disadvantages

  • Phone needs to be out of the case when using
  • Doesn’t have built in headphones, but there is space to put headphones in
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2. Canbor VR Headset with Controller Remote

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Canbor VR Headset with Controller Remote

Advantages

  • Especially with the remote control and adjustable lenses
  • Room for glasses
  • The control felt good. No loose rattling buttons. Decent thumb joystick.

Disadvantages

  • Feels cheaper than the DESTEK
  • Face cushion is particularly low quality, though not uncomfortable
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3. Samsung HMD Odyssey+
(costs over 100 but worth it!)

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Samsung HMD Odyssey+

The Samsung HMD Odyssey+ VR headset is the only real VR headset with integrated VR screens that is affordable. It costs over 100 but comes with 3K anti-SDE AMOLED displays (2880×1600). Furthermore, it comes with built-in AKG headphones w/360O spatial Sound and Mic.

Advantages

  • Best image quality
  • Cost, buy it on sale if you can catch that $299 price again
  • Light and relatively comfortable
  • Tracking is pretty rock solid for the limited things I have tried
  • Physical setup is a breeze. No external sensors or cameras needed

Disadvantages

  • Field of view is not improved, it still looks like you’re pushing your head through a porthole
  • Controllers are “clunky” compared to Oculus Touch
  • SDE is WAY better than any other device. It still lacks that crispness of a phone screen or a monitor
  • Quite expensive
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