Hardware, News, Virtual Reality (VR), VR World, Wearables

Meet iQiyi’s new VR headset, the VR II

iQiyi is a prominent Chinese video streaming service owned by Baidu, a massive Internet conglomerate of same origin, often referred to as Google of China. This week, the company announced its intent to release a new headset – specifically, a 4K VR headset. An earlier version of this headset, the Qiyu VR II, was shown off at CES earlier this year. Since that time, iQiyi has announced a May release window, renamed the headset to just VR II, and has significantly improved its components. The current VR II now offers 8K panoramic video support, which is achieved by downsampling to the 4K display inside of

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Best Deals for Christmas Shopping List on GearBest

After publishing several articles about the deals on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, we are sharing couple of good deals on Christmas Sale by our friends from GearBest. I will put some of my best picks with this sale and if you want to see more you can see it all in the link provided here. This deals are active now, and they will be active for next six days. First off, headset that we reviewed and tested ourselves, world’s first 4K VR headset – the Pimax 4K. You can get this headset or just under $300, and if you wanted to buy it earlier –

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Hands On Review: PIMAX 4K VR Headset

Several weeks ago, we posted the story on the very first 4K VR headset, coming from PIMAX. Apparently, the name of the company is “Maximum Pi” based on mathematical skills of the founder, but the similarity with a well known Canadian company – (P)IMAX is just too close. Given that headsets are bound to go into higher resolutions and refresh rates, we were intrigued can the relatively unknown manufacturer from Shenzhen beat the well established players on the market. First off, the packaging – the retail package is smaller than one might expect – significantly smaller than HTC Vive, and about a quarter smaller than Oculus Rift. Inside

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