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PIMAX 4K UHD Virtual Reality 3D Steam-Supported PC Headset with Headphones £236.49 Delivered from GearBest

£236.49 @ GearBest
Probably going to need quite a heavy setup to push the 4k visuals but this looks like a far more tempting price range than the current going rate for something like Vive. This headset has received som… Read More
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
Probably going to need quite a heavy setup to push the 4k visuals but this looks like a far more tempting price range than the current going rate for something like Vive. This headset has received some pretty good reviews too.

Obviously it is best to budget for a small amount of customs charges on top although those rarely factor these days unless you opt in for express delivery.

Use code: LHPIMAX at checkout for this price (thanks to rd3d2).

Brand new PIMAX 4K virtual reality 3D headset for PC
Outstanding 4K UHD image, 3840 x 2160P resolution, 8.29MP, 806 PPI
Prevents your eyesight from the harm of blue laser, with auto light adjustment system and auto demisting system
Adopts 1000Hz dual gyroscope, reduce the dizzy sensation effectively
110 degree FOV, dual 53mm large aspherical optical lens
Built-in 1000Hz gyroscope, acceleration sensor, magnetometer, range sensor, light sensor, only 18ms MTP
Unique design detachable 3.5mm jack headphones, 40mm driver unit, with stereo sound stage virtual 5.1 sound track
Self-adaption 58 - 71mm pupil distance
Support under 500 degree myopia naked eye watching
Lightweight design, feels no pressure after a long time wearing
Strong compatibility, piplay independent driver, compatible with Steamvr, Oculus games

System Configuration:
Compatible with PC Win 7 / 8 / 10
CPU: Intel i5 and above
GPU: DirectX 3D10, Nvida GT X960 / AMD R9 290 and above
Storage: 4G and above
Port: support HDMI 1.4B video output, USB 2.0 / 3.0 interface

Note:
Low persistence customized 4K panel, it's not full persistence standard panel
Patented low persistence customized 4K panel, it's not full persistence standard panel, so there is no smear issue in Pimax 4K VR
Refresh rate: up to 90Hz in binocular frame technology, 60Hz in monocular frame technology
We advice you to enjoy the VR headset with wearing glasses if you have the myopia or astigmatism
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It's nice to see some alternative headsets coming out of China if only because HTC and Oculus may have to then revisit their pricing strategies next year. The current pricing for Vive in particular is insane.
#3
£300.63?
1 Like #5
Spark

It's nice to see some alternative headsets coming out of China if only because HTC and Oculus may have to then revisit their pricing strategies next year. The current pricing for Vive in particular is insane.


I completely agree. I've been put off purchasing a vr headset due to its cost and fear it wouldn't get used as much or content is shallow.

The Chinese market isn't something to ignore as of late. There's been smart phones, action cameras and tablets that are cheap to purchase and can rival or even beat tech from the big brands.

It's unlikely we'll see it effect the UK market any time soon, but once the Chinese brands get more known in our market, it'll be interesting to see what's on offer down the line.
1 Like #6
kos1c
Spark
It's nice to see some alternative headsets coming out of China if only because HTC and Oculus may have to then revisit their pricing strategies next year. The current pricing for Vive in particular is insane.
I completely agree. I've been put off purchasing a vr headset due to its cost and fear it wouldn't get used as much or content is shallow.
The Chinese market isn't something to ignore as of late. There's been smart phones, action cameras and tablets that are cheap to purchase and can rival or even beat tech from the big brands.
It's unlikely we'll see it effect the UK market any time soon, but once the Chinese brands get more known in our market, it'll be interesting to see what's on offer down the line.

There's also this thing which needs far less horsepower PC wise and has to be among the cheapest routes in the world into PC VR atm. Sadly this one doesn't have official Windows 10 or Steam support though.

http://www.gearbest.com/virtual-reality/pp_288547.html

Edited By: Spark on Dec 13, 2016 15:22
1 Like #7
Cant see a GTX960 or a R290 running 4K with an acceptable frame rate but I cant wait for the prices to drop to a more affordable level.

That will drive more use, which in turn will drive more development. This year is going to be intersting for VR maybe it will start being driven by games rather than pron.
#8
Peejay1234
maybe it will start being driven by games rather than pron.

I think that's a pretty big maybe tbh.
1 Like #9
I've got a vive and love it but like you mention the 4k would kill my pc.
Problem is most games seem to automatically apply the vive and oculus resolution.
Plus the vive price may look expensive at first but 2x controllers and 2x base stations seems to make it around this price.
Not bad if you want no room tracking or motion controls.

Edited By: geebeegooner on Dec 13, 2016 15:30
#10
Spark
kos1c
Spark
It's nice to see some alternative headsets coming out of China if only because HTC and Oculus may have to then revisit their pricing strategies next year. The current pricing for Vive in particular is insane.
I completely agree. I've been put off purchasing a vr headset due to its cost and fear it wouldn't get used as much or content is shallow.
The Chinese market isn't something to ignore as of late. There's been smart phones, action cameras and tablets that are cheap to purchase and can rival or even beat tech from the big brands.
It's unlikely we'll see it effect the UK market any time soon, but once the Chinese brands get more known in our market, it'll be interesting to see what's on offer down the line.

There's also this thing which needs far less horsepower PC wise and has to be among the cheapest routes in the world into PC VR atm. Sadly this one doesn't have official Windows 10 or Steam support though.

http://www.gearbest.com/virtual-reality/pp_288547.html

Sadly VR isn't for me, I usually get motion sickness.

I bought a gear vr for £95 off Very take 3 when it came out.

Used it a handful of times and it's sat in a draw. I don't want to sell it as it's orthopedic about £30.

But with Intugames VR (gear vr). You can wirelessly stream pc games to the vr and get full mouse tracking with head motion.

Just need a decent download/upload speed and signal.


http://intugame.com/

Edited By: kos1c on Dec 13, 2016 15:33
#11
kos1c
Spark
kos1c
Spark
It's nice to see some alternative headsets coming out of China if only because HTC and Oculus may have to then revisit their pricing strategies next year. The current pricing for Vive in particular is insane.
I completely agree. I've been put off purchasing a vr headset due to its cost and fear it wouldn't get used as much or content is shallow.
The Chinese market isn't something to ignore as of late. There's been smart phones, action cameras and tablets that are cheap to purchase and can rival or even beat tech from the big brands.
It's unlikely we'll see it effect the UK market any time soon, but once the Chinese brands get more known in our market, it'll be interesting to see what's on offer down the line.
There's also this thing which needs far less horsepower PC wise and has to be among the cheapest routes in the world into PC VR atm. Sadly this one doesn't have official Windows 10 or Steam support though. http://www.gearbest.com/virtual-reality/pp_288547.html
Sadly VR isn't for me, I usually get motion sickness.
I bought a gear vr for £95 off Very take 3 when it came out.
Used it a handful of times and it's sat in a draw. I don't want to sell it as it's orthopedic about £30.
But with Intugames VR (gear vr). You can wirelessly stream pc games to the vr and get full mouse tracking with head motion.
Just need a decent download/upload speed and signal.

I have tried Oculus and Vive at trade shows and wasn't blown away tbh. I recently bought one of those Chinese Google cardboard things for my phone so I can try it again at home and I might consider PC VR next year if the prices continue to drop, although I do still have a few safety concerns about it.
#12
Spark
kos1c
Spark
kos1c
Spark
It's nice to see some alternative headsets coming out of China if only because HTC and Oculus may have to then revisit their pricing strategies next year. The current pricing for Vive in particular is insane.
I completely agree. I've been put off purchasing a vr headset due to its cost and fear it wouldn't get used as much or content is shallow.
The Chinese market isn't something to ignore as of late. There's been smart phones, action cameras and tablets that are cheap to purchase and can rival or even beat tech from the big brands.
It's unlikely we'll see it effect the UK market any time soon, but once the Chinese brands get more known in our market, it'll be interesting to see what's on offer down the line.
There's also this thing which needs far less horsepower PC wise and has to be among the cheapest routes in the world into PC VR atm. Sadly this one doesn't have official Windows 10 or Steam support though. http://www.gearbest.com/virtual-reality/pp_288547.html
Sadly VR isn't for me, I usually get motion sickness.
I bought a gear vr for £95 off Very take 3 when it came out.
Used it a handful of times and it's sat in a draw. I don't want to sell it as it's orthopedic about £30.
But with Intugames VR (gear vr). You can wirelessly stream pc games to the vr and get full mouse tracking with head motion.
Just need a decent download/upload speed and signal.

I have tried Oculus and Vive at trade shows and wasn't blown away tbh. I recently bought one of those Chinese Google cardboard things for my phone so I can try it again at home and I might consider PC VR next year if the prices continue to drop, although I do still have a few safety concerns about it.


Vr is alright, I've not got blown away from most apps I've tried.
But I've not tried the rift or Vive, so I've not seen how immersive it can be with the controllers.

The only thing that I recommend to people is Minecraft VR on the Gear vr, it's a true vr game, compared to these vr experiences.

I'm very unlikely to put the money into a VR set up. I'd rather use the same money for a 1440p display, or upgrade the ps4 into the 4k realm along with a decent tv.
#13
kos1c
Spark
kos1c
Spark
kos1c
Spark
It's nice to see some alternative headsets coming out of China if only because HTC and Oculus may have to then revisit their pricing strategies next year. The current pricing for Vive in particular is insane.
I completely agree. I've been put off purchasing a vr headset due to its cost and fear it wouldn't get used as much or content is shallow.
The Chinese market isn't something to ignore as of late. There's been smart phones, action cameras and tablets that are cheap to purchase and can rival or even beat tech from the big brands.
It's unlikely we'll see it effect the UK market any time soon, but once the Chinese brands get more known in our market, it'll be interesting to see what's on offer down the line.
There's also this thing which needs far less horsepower PC wise and has to be among the cheapest routes in the world into PC VR atm. Sadly this one doesn't have official Windows 10 or Steam support though. http://www.gearbest.com/virtual-reality/pp_288547.html
Sadly VR isn't for me, I usually get motion sickness.
I bought a gear vr for £95 off Very take 3 when it came out.
Used it a handful of times and it's sat in a draw. I don't want to sell it as it's orthopedic about £30.
But with Intugames VR (gear vr). You can wirelessly stream pc games to the vr and get full mouse tracking with head motion.
Just need a decent download/upload speed and signal.
I have tried Oculus and Vive at trade shows and wasn't blown away tbh. I recently bought one of those Chinese Google cardboard things for my phone so I can try it again at home and I might consider PC VR next year if the prices continue to drop, although I do still have a few safety concerns about it.
Vr is alright, I've not got blown away from most apps I've tried.
But I've not tried the rift or Vive, so I've not seen how immersive it can be with the controllers.
The only thing that I recommend to people is Minecraft VR on the Gear vr, it's a true vr game, compared to these vr experiences.
I'm very unlikely to put the money into a VR set up. I'd rather use the same money for a 1440p display, or upgrade the ps4 into the 4k realm along with a decent tv.

I've had 1440p for the last 3 years and could never go back now. The only thing is that it is very good at exposing weaknesses in other areas of your setup. As soon as I bought a 2k monitor I then needed to get a new GPU to support it properly.
#14
Spark
kos1c
Spark
kos1c
Spark
kos1c
Spark
It's nice to see some alternative headsets coming out of China if only because HTC and Oculus may have to then revisit their pricing strategies next year. The current pricing for Vive in particular is insane.
I completely agree. I've been put off purchasing a vr headset due to its cost and fear it wouldn't get used as much or content is shallow.
The Chinese market isn't something to ignore as of late. There's been smart phones, action cameras and tablets that are cheap to purchase and can rival or even beat tech from the big brands.
It's unlikely we'll see it effect the UK market any time soon, but once the Chinese brands get more known in our market, it'll be interesting to see what's on offer down the line.
There's also this thing which needs far less horsepower PC wise and has to be among the cheapest routes in the world into PC VR atm. Sadly this one doesn't have official Windows 10 or Steam support though. http://www.gearbest.com/virtual-reality/pp_288547.html
Sadly VR isn't for me, I usually get motion sickness.
I bought a gear vr for £95 off Very take 3 when it came out.
Used it a handful of times and it's sat in a draw. I don't want to sell it as it's orthopedic about £30.
But with Intugames VR (gear vr). You can wirelessly stream pc games to the vr and get full mouse tracking with head motion.
Just need a decent download/upload speed and signal.
I have tried Oculus and Vive at trade shows and wasn't blown away tbh. I recently bought one of those Chinese Google cardboard things for my phone so I can try it again at home and I might consider PC VR next year if the prices continue to drop, although I do still have a few safety concerns about it.
Vr is alright, I've not got blown away from most apps I've tried.
But I've not tried the rift or Vive, so I've not seen how immersive it can be with the controllers.
The only thing that I recommend to people is Minecraft VR on the Gear vr, it's a true vr game, compared to these vr experiences.
I'm very unlikely to put the money into a VR set up. I'd rather use the same money for a 1440p display, or upgrade the ps4 into the 4k realm along with a decent tv.

I've had 1440p for the last 3 years and could never go back now. The only thing is that it is very good at exposing weaknesses in other areas of your setup. As soon as I bought a 2k monitor I then needed to get a new GPU to support it properly.


I hadn't made the jump yet.
Was running. radeon 7980 for past few years, and then upgraded recently to my brothers old gtx 980ti.

I have it running dsr at 4k, and 1440p with good results. But where I usually console game over pc, I've not really found the need to upgrade my monitor to a ultra wide display. Other than working in the desktop, it's just an unneeded upgrade over the dual monitor setup (23" 120hz gaming monitor and a 27" standard monitor I use for streaming).
1 Like #15
Also try adding this code: LHPIMAX it gave me a little more when combined with the link above
#16
this is exciting but will the games even output at this resolution, my 1080 hasn't struggled with anything yet but even it won't be doing 4k @ 90hz or even 75hz on many games

there's a reason that valve and oculus had to go with the lower resolution than even QHD, not many would be able to power it
#17
wifi300usb
this is exciting but will the games even output at this resolution, my 1080 hasn't struggled with anything yet but even it won't be doing 4k @ 90hz or even 75hz on many games
there's a reason that valve and oculus had to go with the lower resolution than even QHD, not many would be able to power it

If you watch that review, he mentions that it's only HDMI 1.4 so most of the time you pipe 1080p video to it and the headset upscales.
#18
CampGareth
wifi300usb
this is exciting but will the games even output at this resolution, my 1080 hasn't struggled with anything yet but even it won't be doing 4k @ 90hz or even 75hz on many games
there's a reason that valve and oculus had to go with the lower resolution than even QHD, not many would be able to power it
If you watch that review, he mentions that it's only HDMI 1.4 so most of the time you pipe 1080p video to it and the headset upscales.

wish someone would have summed up the review it's basically a waste of time

thanks

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