Sulon Q Virtual Reality Headset

Best Standalone Virtual Reality Headset

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

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.

Details

Operation:

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.

Features:

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). 

Price:

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!

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