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Oculus Quest customer reviews summary

This article is a summary of customer reviews on Amazon.com as of mid-September 2019.

Customer satisfaction with the Oculus Quest is overall very good as you can see on the banner below.


People love how convenient it is to use. You press the button, mark the play area (if you haven’t done it yet), and you are ready to go. This is the very first, true plug & play system delivering the experience similar to VR on a PC. No hassle, no troubleshooting, it just works.

Also, you don’t need any additional hardware items like console, PC, cameras, lighthouse stations etc. The headset, 2 controllers and a charger is all you need. You can easily take it anywhere you want, use it on the plane or watch movies on a virtual ceiling in bed.

Many people didn’t expect a headset powered by a mobile phone processor would be able to exceed the expectations, yet it did !!!

Currently, Oculus Quest is the best value for money.

There are of course some flaws as well.

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Decision tree for choosing VR system


To be released:

  • Oculus Link for the Quest – low latency cable connection between PC and the Quest allowing to access massive PC VR content libraries, November 2019
  • Oculus hands tracking for the Quest, early 2020

Oculus Link will turn the Quest into a Swiss Army Knife of the VR: a standalone system which can be used as a headset for a PC as well. In other words the best value for money.


If you happen to search for a specific pair: device vs device, comparison tables can be more useful, however this article can very well serve you well by confirming or invalidating your initial choice QUICKLY (skip the intro).

If you’ve just started trying to figure out which VR system to get, you probably noticed it’s not exactly the easiest thing to do because the selection is rather abundant these days.

The better known VR systems are:
Acer, Asus, Daydream, Dell Visor, Gear VR, HP, HTC Vive & Vie Pro, Vive Focus Plus, Lenovo Explorer, Oculus Go, Rift, Rift S & Quest, Mirage Solo, PSVR, Samsung Odyssey/Odyssey Plus and Pimax.

If you wanted to compare each of them to each other, you would end up with more than 171 comparison pairs. Intimidating, isn’t it ?

Is there a quick and painless route ?

Tell me about your mother board

This article will help you to evaluate all the major devices without breaking a sweat.

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VR Comparison Tables

Last update: early June 2019

This article contains VR comparison tables. I took into consideration only those manufacturers which offer customer version of their device. I do not cover any prototypes.

The amount of information gathered here is quite intimidating. If you are trying to figure out which product will suit your needs best, please read this article first. It will speed up the decision process and spare you a headache.

Currently the only VR system for a gaming console is PSVR, which can be used with any model of PlayStation 4.

The systems for PC include:

  • Oculus Rift and Rift S
  • HTC Vive
  • HTC Vive Pro
  • Windows Mixed Reality:
    Samsung Odyssey
    Samsung Odyssey Plus
    Lenovo Explorer
    Dell Visor
    Asus
    Acer
    HP

Standalone VR systems:

  • Oculus Quest
  • Oculus Go
  • Mirage Solo
  • Vive Focus
  • Vive Focus Plus

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HTC Vive essentials – a recap of reviews and users’ opinions

HTC Vive Headset – extracted from this image

This article is a summary of hundreds of articles, reviews, comments and complaints about the HTC Vive.

My goal was to extract all the essentials you need to know to make an informed buying decision.

Apart from all the items you must have, I also cover some optional ones – especially those crucial for improving the immersion.

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