We are just in the age of virtual reality and as users start craving for more, the expectations from the big companies to deliver more go a notch high every time. 2016 has already been an year for virtual reality headsets and as headsets like HTC Vive, oculus rift and Sony PlayStation VR set a benchmark with their high performance, it’s very much unlikely that we are expecting another biggie in quick time. Though these VR headsets leave the users in awe, it is still impossible for all the users to have a hand on it, owing to their high price. Amidst high prices, if some virtual headsets can promise you with good virtual experience (if not the best) and be easy on your pocket, then the user can not actually ask for more.
Homido VR Head set
The homido VR headset lets you have a taste of virtual reality at an affordable price of $80. The biggest plus point of the headset is that it is compatible with most phones ( phones having 5 inch 1080p is recommended) and if your phone is powerful enough to run VR apps, then it’ll work well with the Homido, and vice versa. The lenses provided are of good quality and very quickly adjust themselves to the temperature of your face.
Fiit VR Headset
Garnering good praise from its buyers since it’s release is the next model, the Fiit VR headset. Providing a good wider view and being lighter than most of the headsets, the product is worth your money and is available at $26 . The smartphone positioning is quite simple and the smartphone can be removed and placed very easily. Plus, the headset allows the user to change the focal length of individual lens according to their needs. At an amazingly good price, the phone doesn’t shows any kind of major flaws and remains close to perfect.
Freefly VR Headset
With an amazing design and usability,the freefly VR headset is a joy for VR lovers. The Freefly VR headset boasts a 120-degree field of view with ‘anti-fog coating. Just like the Fiit VR headset, freefly makes easy insertion and removal of your smartphone. Plus, it allows phones having display Up to 6 inch to fit in. The headset is available at £55.
Google Daydream VR Headset
If you aren’t a virtual reality freak and want to try hands on this new piece of technology, Google Daydream View won’t be a bad choice. Available at a much affordable price and offering good video quality it is certainly for users who aren’t capable of investing for something like HTC view or oculus rift. Although there are a minor bugs that needs to be fixed, like it has a heavy front head and is only compatible with Google Pixel. It is available at a price of $79.99.
IncrediSonic Vue Series VR Headset
The IncrediSonic vue series VR headset is compatible for smartphones ranging from 4.8 inches to 6 inches. Weighing just 400 grams, the headset feels quite comfortable and there is no need of manually operating the lenses. Available at a modest price of £30, the headset is winner in its performance
Above are the top 5 budget VR headsets, is budget is not a constraint for you & you’re looking for a advanced full feature VR headsets check our list of best VR headsets.