Ya, I guess time will tell mate. I kinda doubt that this will save and raise the WMR decline, but who knows?
Well I'm glad you are happy with this.
It does surprise (and dissapoint) me that the index , a product which costs double the HP headset actually visually isnt as good as the reverb. Hopefully someone will release a product which ticks all boxes. Whilst most of my gaming in VR is seated in cockpits I just could sacrifice the high end 360degree tracking of my rift.
I hope it is oculus who do this but if not I will happily jump ship.
For pure simmers that is a hell of a good price for a nice looking headset.
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Considering the price of the Index and the Reverb , the Reverb is competitive. Now given the connection of the reverb where it can be detached at the top of the headset, if HP designed a new, less-weighty cable here it would make it more appealing for Standing/Roomscale.