Product Comparison: Oculus Go vs Lenovo Explorer
- My first time using VR technology with this product I get a great value and amazing experience.
- Getting tangled up in the wire is not as big of an issue as I thought it would be. Its plenty long - although not detachable. I play with a laptop and I have never been in danger of pulling it off the table.
- Motion tracking with the cameras is good - except when they go out of view.
- The field of view is fairly small so you do feel like you're peering into something through goggles.
- A large area around my eyes is blurry, so you have to be looking directly at things like text to see them properly.
- Nice and light and comfortable to wear, so happy so far, highly recommended!
- Very light and comfortable. No more "scuba mask red lines on face". Headset weighs half the weight of VIVE and rest on your head rather than on your face.
- Eye piece display quality is good. Controllers are nice and comfortable. Weight is ok doesn't bother me for playing long periods.
- I really like this headset. Light-weight, easy setup, comfortable to wear even for a long time.
- My biggest issues with this headset is the heat it puts on your face, and the weight. After about two hours I had sweat dripping from my cheeks, and the unit was definitely warm to the touch.
- Setup is easy and simple, Windows Mixed Reality works great wth SteamVR too. Highly recommended.
- I really don't know what they guy who said hes replacing batteries after every two sessions is talking about. I've used it for weeks - dozens of hours - still on the first set of batteries. Its a high quality headset.
- The ability to flip the headset up is excellent. It's comfortable and simple to use.
- Tracking technology. There is no simpler way to put this, the inside out tracking technology this uses works fantastically!
- Its a pretty crisp image but I know it could be better if I could fine tune it with a focus wheel.