First Click: Which VR headset did you get?

April 8th, 2016


Ok, it’s been a few months since we last checked in on your high-end VR headset plans. Back at the end of January we tallied 68,498 votes from Verge readers — 25 percent of which said they'd buy the Oculus Rift, 36 percent the HTC Vive, and 37 percent the Sony PlayStation VR. Of course, that was before we had the reviews of both the Rift and Vive, and before we had final pricing details on the PS VR.

Now that both the Rift and Vive have shipped, we’re wondering which one you got. Or maybe you’re sitting tight, waiting for Sony to ship its $399 headset in October? Do tell.

Which VR Headset did you get or are you planning to order?
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