A few years ago we couldn’t think of Virtual Reality becoming a real thing, but now we have so many VR headsets that it’s hard to keep track of all of them. We’ll try to make things easier for you and present you with an updated list of all Virtua Reality headsets and their display resolution.

The Full List of Virtual Reality Headsets by their Resolution

Don’t get fooled by marketing campaigns, not everything that shines is gold, and the same happens with VR headset’s resolution. Some hardware companies are confusing customers by doubling their specs on purpose, particularly with resolution. Why? Because most of us have two eyes and somehow marketing specialists use their strange logic to tell us that “two eyes equals doubled resolution.” But no, resolution depends on the number of pixels on every screen, so we made the ultimate fair list of real VR headsets’ resolutions.

 

VR Headsets Available Right Now

 

htc viveHTC Vive

Resolution: 1080 x 1200 pixels per eye
Display Technology: PenTile OLED
Refresh Rate: 90 Hz
Field of View: 110°

 

Oculus Rift

Resolution: 1080 x 1200 pixels per eye
Display Technology: PenTile OLED
Refresh Rate: 90 Hz
Field of View: 110°

 

playstation vrSony PlayStation VR

Resolution: 960 x 1080 pixels per eye
Display Technology: OLED Display
Refresh Rate: 90-120 Hz
Field of View: 100°

VR Headsets Under Development

 

starvrStar VR

Resolution: 2560 x 1440 pixels per eye
Display Technology: Unknown
Refresh Rate: Unknown
Field of View: 210°

 

fove vrFove VR

Resolution: 2560 x 1440 pixels per eye
Display Technology: OLED
Refresh Rate: 70 Hz
Fied of View: 100°

 

hp windows mixed realityHP Windows Mixed Reality

Resolution: 1440 x 1440 pixels per eye
Display Technology: High-Resolution LCD
Refresh Rate: 90 Hz
Field of View: 95°

 

acerAcer Windows Mixed Reality

Resolution: 1440 x 1440 pixels per eye
Display Technology: High-Resolution LCD
Refresh Rate: 90 Hz
Field of View: 95°

 

avegant glyphAvegant Glyph

Resolution: 1280 x 720 pixels per eye (Screenless Display)
Display Technology: Retinal Imaging Technology (LED Projection)
Refresh Rate: 120 Hz
Field of View: 45°

 

sensicsRazer OSVR HDK2

Resolution: 1080 x 1200 pixels per eye
Display Technology: OLED Silver
Refresh Rate: 90 Hz
Field of View: 110°

 

 

Pimax 8K

Resolution: 3840×2160 pixels per eye
Display Technology: OLED
Refresh Rate: 150/180 Hz
Field of View: 200°

 

 

Pimax 5K

Resolution: 2560×1440
Display Technology: OLED
Refresh Rate: 150/180 Hz
Field of View: 200°

 

VR Headsets with Unknown Specs

 

Windows Mixed Reality

Even though we already have the Acer and HP prototypes, there are other yet to come such as the Lenovo, Dell, and Asus Windows Mixed Reality headsets. Their specs might not differ much from one another, but we are eager to know their unique features.

 

HTC Vive / Lenovo Daydream

HTC and Lenovo are working on a standalone Daydream headset, but so far little is known about this project. But we do know that it will be built around Qualcomm’s Virtual Reality headset reference design.

 

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