The Samsung Odyssey+ head-mounted display (HMD) is currently at its least cost at this point on Amazon, where you can snatch it for $230. At the point when the gadget launched a year prior, it was valued at $499.
The Samsung Odyssey+ is viewed as extraordinary compared to other Computer generated Experience headsets accessible when you factor in the equipment determinations and the generally low cost. The resolution is equivalent to the Valve Index, for example, and the display is an AMOLED rather than the ordinary LCD, which implies it has better contrast and blacks. Where the Valve Index totally bests the Odyssey+ is in the controller tracking and in the Field of View (FoV) areas, however, on the other hand, the Index would cost you more than four times the amount.
The Samsung Odyssey+, actually a Windows Mixed Reality headset, is additionally good with the SteamVR platform, giving you access to a huge number of uses and games. Among them, obviously, the recently announced Half-Life: Alyx, which is as of now reviving enthusiasm for Virtual Reality ahead of its March 2020 launch.
For additional on the VR gadget, look at the official trailer and complete specifications below.
Specification of Samsung Odyssey+ VR HMD:
Microsoft Windows Mixed Reality
Dual 3.5” AMOLED;
HDMI2.0+USB3.0 Interface Bounded Cable (4M length)
60 – 72mm range
6 DOF camera * 2
6-Axis ACC & Gyro;
2 MIC support Cortana;
built-in headphone (AKG Brand)
No Limit (Inside-out)
Spatial Audio (AKG)
6 DOF Controller (L&R) / Xbox One Controller Support
7.64″ x 5.08″ x 4.30″ (HMD Body)
7.34″ x 12.04″ x 15.0″
1.31lbs. (w/o cable)
*Cable weight: 0.45lbs.