posted on Dec, 26 2018 @ 04:57 PM
a reply to: andy06shake
I would recommend the less expensive WMR sets long before an oculus or vive. I haven't tried out the vive pro, but when I compared the rest, the
difference just wasn't even remotely large enough to justify the price difference. My opinion, of course! I went into it expecting to get the vive,
but it just didn't work out that way.
Overall, the much more expensive units just didn't even come close to resolving the current issues I have with the tech anyway (even though I love it
all the same). I suspect ill start seeing those issues fade when we start to see things like 8k res per eye. Certainly not there yet...
Is there any reason you can't play WASD on your TV? I do it all the time, even if I prefer my steam controller overall.
I think your best bet really is to try out as many in person as possible. I was surprised how much I loved the experience of a curved screen when it
wasn't even a consideration in the beginning.
Only thing I'd warn against is buying an Acer. I've owned/built systems for others with about half a dozen Acer monitors and every single one failed.
Could have just been bad luck, but I avoid them like the plague now.
Another consideration is thin bezels, for the future prospect of multiple monitors.