options are good and it is nice that both vive and rifters can now go fully wireless......
it aint for me tho, i will wait till it is an official feature direct from who made the hmd. have they got around the mic not working issues that the vive version had yet? no mic, no vr for me anyway. 80% of my VR is done playing ED with voice attack and sometimes chatting with mates.
Fiat Coupe, gone. 350Z gone. Dirty nappies, no sleep & practical transport incoming. Thank goodness for VR 🙂
My purchase only depends on whether or not it'll come with a short cable.
At first I thought this was a non-issue, but when the Tested guys were talking about what to do with the long cable, I wanted to just seal the conversation by reaching out and asking TPcast themselves, but sadly the answer was pretty vague. The nay-sayers point out it's a proprietary connector, but I can't imagine Oculus not co-operating on this project.
We'll see, but I'm deffo not pre-ordering anything until this is concluded.
snowdog and vannagirl I have to agree even £300 or £318 seems luxury pricing at best - also, I had some time with the system at AAA in China and I thought the set-up may be beyond some conventional VR enthusiasts!