7 New VR Headsets for 2019

April 24, 2019

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2019 is looking to be a huge year for VR. Industry leaders - including Facebook and HTC - have announced a range of new headset options (like the Oculus Quest and Vive Cosmos) for consumers and enterprise customers to choose from.At the same time, newer players are emerging to try and carve out their own space within the market. Notably, Valve - who co-designed the Vive with HTC - will be releasing their first in-house headset in 2019.

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