PSVR headsets are one of the best and worst hardware for gamers, with the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive competing head-to-head in terms of quality and value.
But the PSVR is by far the most affordable of the three, with its retail price around $200, making it the best-value headset on the market.
It also offers the most bang for your buck, with a headset that’s as comfortable and comfortable as it is capable of being.
While I was testing out the PlayStation VR, I decided to use the PS4 as a stand-in headset for my home theater setup.
It’s an impressive headset, but I’ve also been testing the HTC Vive, which uses its own high-end Vive controllers and a pair of Oculus Rift headsets.
These two headsets are similar in terms on how they perform, but the PSVive is a bit more expensive.
If you’re interested in spending more on a PSVR, check out the PS5, PS6, and PS7, which are also great options.
You’ll be able to get these devices for as little as $300.
I’m still not entirely sold on the PSVS, however.
The PlayStation VR is a good headset, and it can handle the basics of VR, but it’s not nearly as immersive as the Oculus and Vive.
The Vive and Rift headsets are a bit harder to control, but they’re also more powerful, and they offer more features.
In addition to a virtual reality experience, the PSVIH also offers a suite of features to allow for augmented reality, including the ability to use 360-degree cameras, virtual reality glasses, and a depth-sensing visor.
For a few more bucks, you can also buy a pair to use as a standalone headset, with support for a wide variety of accessories.
If the PSVs price is right, you should be able both enjoy the virtual world as well as get some VR gaming on your PC.
The PSVR’s price is more than enough for what you get, but if you’re looking for the best VR experience, you’ll want to consider the Oculus or Vive.
They offer a lot more features and options, and if you prefer the PS3 or Xbox 360, you could do worse.