A Comprehensive Review Of 2019 And 2020 VR Headsets

With the new year upon us, let’s take a look at the VR headsets that caught our attention in 2019. It’s been a busy year for VR, and we have a lot to work with.

VR headsets[1] are just the tip of the XR iceberg. They’re only a portion of the XR headsets on the market but they’re the most visible and most sought after. If you prefer MR or AR, don’t worry, we have a similar article devoted to AR and MR headsets and glasses[2].

VR Headsets

Virtual reality means that the entire experience is digitally rendered. That means that it is very difficult to achieve VR without a VR headset.

VR headsets can be categorized in a number of different ways. The method that we’ve chosen for this article has to do with how the headsets handle information. They may have their own on-board processor, or be connected to a computer through a wire or wireless connection.


Standalone VR headsets have onboard processors and app databases, kind of like smartphones or smart televisions. They are extremely portable but are more limited than their computer-connected counterparts.

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