Why People Love it
- The “world’s first” all-in-one, tether-free device for VR
- Built with high-end AMD graphics card, processor, and display
- Completely replicates the world around you
The Sulon Q does something no other VR kit does: all the work! Instead of relying on your PC's or console's processing power, the Sulon Q comes with its very own built-in AMD FX-8800P processor, 8 GB of memory, a 256-GB solid-state drive, and a 2,560 x 1,440-pixel OLED display. Add to that Microsoft Windows 10 and AMD's proprietary LiquidVR, and you have one heck of an epic standalone device.
The built-in Radeon R7 graphics card makes this product amazing. It is designed for both virtual and augmented reality, combining full immersion with awesome functionality. Its 110-degree field of view brings you into a new world, made possible by the latest DirectX technology.
The unit is large and potentially weighty. Imagine a computer (using components like you'd find in a laptop) sitting on your nose, and you have an idea of the Sulon Q's weight. Battery life is also likely to be in issue (device is not yet launched).
Sulon and AMD have not yet released a price for the device. However, if it's as good as the companies promise, many will be willing to pay at least Oculus price ($600) for it!
Designed to be self-containing, this standalone unit can be used even with low-end gaming PCs. This is an excellent-quality device with top-shelf operation.
Potentially heavy with limited battery life.
- Rated #6 in 9 Best Virtual Reality Headsets