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Playstation VR Headset £329.00 - free c&c @ Tesco with Code

£329.00 @ Tesco Direct
Great price for pre-order with code: TDX-WYMJ Save £20 when you spend £150 or more on Tesco direct. Excludes Tesco Partners ***NOTE DELIVERY TIME if you don't mind waiting: Standard delivery…
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Great price for pre-order with code: TDX-WYMJ

Save £20 when you spend £150 or more on Tesco direct. Excludes Tesco Partners

***NOTE DELIVERY TIME if you don't mind waiting:
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Delivery on or before Monday 17 October 2016

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1 Like #1
How good is tesco delivering these kind of thing? It doesn't have click&collect
2 Likes #2
I have ordered games from them.
Always got them the day they come out.
#3
looks cheap...do you know if tesco charge up front for preorders?
#4
thought release day pre orders were all spoken for?
#5
candyman86
thought release day pre orders were all spoken for?

yup looks like they're aiming for delivery 17 oct - which is 4 days later
suspended 1 Like #6
crumpo
looks cheap...do you know if tesco charge up front for preorders?

Yeah they do, well they did the only time I ever pre-ordered anything with them which was the collector's edition of GTAV about three years ago.
#7
Chasloyal
crumpo
looks cheap...do you know if tesco charge up front for preorders?

Yeah they do, well they did the only time I ever pre-ordered anything with them which was the collector's edition of GTAV about three years ago.


​Thanks, just cancelled and re-ordered on a 0% credit card...that way no money's coming out my account now.

So I heard 50% of launch stock was allocated to preorders, so people could actually get one in the wild on launch day...I guess they ate expecting a second delivery a week later...
suspended 4 Likes #8
crumpo
Chasloyal
crumpo
looks cheap...do you know if tesco charge up front for preorders?
Yeah they do, well they did the only time I ever pre-ordered anything with them which was the collector's edition of GTAV about three years ago.
​Thanks, just cancelled and re-ordered on a 0% credit card...that way no money's coming out my account now.
So I heard 50% of launch stock was allocated to preorders, so people could actually get one in the wild on launch day...I guess they ate expecting a second delivery a week later...

You're welcome mate, braver man than me as I'm very much on the fence about VR so am not buying in to it till I am convinced it will be more than a short term gimmick.
#9
Chasloyal
crumpo
Chasloyal
crumpo
looks cheap...do you know if tesco charge up front for preorders?
Yeah they do, well they did the only time I ever pre-ordered anything with them which was the collector's edition of GTAV about three years ago.
​Thanks, just cancelled and re-ordered on a 0% credit card...that way no money's coming out my account now.
So I heard 50% of launch stock was allocated to preorders, so people could actually get one in the wild on launch day...I guess they ate expecting a second delivery a week later...

You're welcome mate, braver man than me as I'm very much on the fence about VR so am not buying in to it till I am convinced it will be more than a short term gimmick.


​There will be a lot of impressions in the wild (and hopefully demo stations) by the time this releases; even those few extra days this ahipping is delayed will help. But it's not going down in price for minimum a year, so if I want it this will be the cheapest. May as well preorder now and I can cancel if I want. I may even check the returns terms and conditions to see whether I could return if after delivery...
#10
hmm wonder how many club card exchange vouchers I have lol
#11
Just had £6.58 quidco track too...not bad
1 Like #12
Chasloyal
crumpo
Chasloyal
crumpo
looks cheap...do you know if tesco charge up front for preorders?
Yeah they do, well they did the only time I ever pre-ordered anything with them which was the collector's edition of GTAV about three years ago.
​Thanks, just cancelled and re-ordered on a 0% credit card...that way no money's coming out my account now.
So I heard 50% of launch stock was allocated to preorders, so people could actually get one in the wild on launch day...I guess they ate expecting a second delivery a week later...

You're welcome mate, braver man than me as I'm very much on the fence about VR so am not buying in to it till I am convinced it will be more than a short term gimmick.


​go into a store and try a vive. its not necessarily representative of psvr but it gives you a rough idea.
#13
hmm think i'll wait to see how launch goes and what the games are like etc
1 Like #14
Heat added

Nice price wont be using it got mine of amazon.co.uk for £330.87 got student discount of the normal 350 price tage so its only 1.87 pounds more expensive but wont have to pay upfront.

Edited By: Blaat_blaat on Aug 15, 2016 16:33
#15
Not a bad deal but no way id give them that much cash upfront when their stock could be delayed for a few weeks. If only they took funds on delivery
#16
Blaat_blaat
Heat added

Nice price wont be using it got mine of amazon.co.uk for £330.87 got student discount of the normal 350 price tage so its only 1.87 pounds more expensive but wont have to pay upfront.


​Don't Amazon have a pre order price guarantee?
#17
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20.1 Payment for your products will be taken at the time you place your order, once we have checked your card details, but before the product is despatched. If there is a problem taking payment for all or part of your order we will contact you by email (or by telephone if you have not given us an email address).
1 Like #18
So if its £329 on its own how much is the PS4.5 Neo going to be bundled....£700 ?
#19
The annoying thing in the reviews - nobody mentions anything about those who wear glasses.
1 Like #20
Sambat
The annoying thing in the reviews - nobody mentions anything about those who wear glas
Jasamo
[quote=Blaat_blaat] Heat added
Nice price wont be using it got mine of amazon.co.uk for £330.87 got student discount of the normal 350 price tage so its only 1.87 pounds more expensive but wont have to pay upfront.
​Don't Amazon have a pre order price guarantee?

Yes they do but why would that matter in this case, as there price guarantee only reflects prices of amazon.co.uk self. Thus if there price never chances which it hasn't since you could pre-order it the price i will pay wont change now if they decided to price match at some point before despatching i would pay a lower price. However in this case they wont price match as your not really paying 329.00 pounds for it your paying 349.00 pound and using a voucher for 20 pounds off. Amazon will only see the 349.00 pound and doesn't count the voucher, so no luck there on getting price matched.
#21
Sambat
The annoying thing in the reviews - nobody mentions anything about those who wear glasses.

It has been stated a few times that this will accommodate people wearing glasses. I am just wondering if the nose hole will be really big, i tried the oculus and the nose hole there is pretty big so light was coming in through there which takes away from the experience
3 Likes #22
How much??!!!. Wait a year and these will go the same route as 3D has & be a third of the price. Just wish these inventors would realise that most people don't want to wear glass or headsets inorder to joy something. Not voting either way
2 Likes #23
I think £329 is way too much to pay, when the console itself can be bought for circa £200. Will the psvr really make gaming 115% better than it currently is?
#24
So say I dont care about vr. Can I watch a normal
Movie on here as in a cinema headset
#25
dandoc2
So say I dont care about vr. Can I watch a normal
Movie on here as in a cinema headset
Yes you can
#26
mathew2k
How much??!!!. Wait a year and these will go the same route as 3D has & be a third of the price. Just wish these inventors would realise that most people don't want to wear glass or headsets inorder to joy something. Not voting either way
That's why the normal console is for. Not everyone wants to just sit down with a normal controller and TV to enjoy themselves.


rohitmkiller
I think £329 is way too much to pay, when the console itself can be bought for circa £200. Will the psvr really make gaming 115% better than it currently is?
You can't really compare the price of either when judging how better it will be due to the time difference. PS4 has nearly been out for 3 years and was the same price as VR at launch which explains the price difference now, VR will probably be a similar price after that long.
#27
Is there anywhere I can test one of these? I've tried the Samsung VR and it's pretty awesome but too gimmicky, I can imagine these would be the same? Playing Call of Duty and being able to look round while having full control of your gun would be pretty epic but then again, for how long?

Looking forward to the PS4 Neo though.
#28
rohitmkiller
I think £329 is way too much to pay, when the console itself can be bought for circa £200. Will the psvr really make gaming 115% better than it currently is?

Not without the PS4 Neo, apparently PSVR looks utterly terrible on the normal PS4 because it just doesn't have the power to do it justice.
#29
David23
rohitmkiller
I think £329 is way too much to pay, when the console itself can be bought for circa £200. Will the psvr really make gaming 115% better than it currently is?

Not without the PS4 Neo, apparently PSVR looks utterly terrible on the normal PS4 because it just doesn't have the power to do it justice.


​Isn't that the reason they added the processor chip you get with the vr apperently with that chips it works quiet well, of course on the neo it will work even better but that is still some time away. we will all see in 2 months time how well it works.


Edited By: Blaat_blaat on Aug 16, 2016 03:20: spelling
#30
halsallms
hmm think i'll wait to see how launch goes and what the games are like etc
Let's wait and see.
#31
HEAT! Cancelled my Amazon pre order @ £349.99 and ordered this with club card points brings it down to £326 not inc TCB @ £6.66 cash back :P
#32
Thanks,i got one.
#33
ZiggySTW
How good is tesco delivering these kind of thing? It doesn't have click&collect


Day 1 in my experiences.
#34
VR is interesting, when you try it you start to understand why it has so much potential for gaming and films. However, if people were not willing to wear a pair of cheap plastic glasses for 3D how much traction this will get is debatable. This is a very good entry point if it's your thing, when you look at a PC setup is over £1000 and then some However like others I am willing to wait for awhile. More interested in 4k PS4 that is capable and this is as a possible later add on.
1 Like #35
Blaat_blaat
​Isn't that the reason they added the processor chip you get with the vr apperently with that chips it works quiet well, of course on the neo it will work even better but that is still some time away. we will all see in 2 months time how well it works.

If the original PS4 struggles with this (and it will, good VR needs BIG GFX grunt) then you are either going to have to sacrifice resolution or framerate/latency. And it will be resolution that suffers as you can't really get away with low framerate/high latency as this ruins the effect and causes motion sickness.

If the PS VR turns out to have enough exclusive content over the PC version, and does it well enough, I may get it alongside the Vive. But if I do, it will be with a PS4.5. I'm using a 980ti with the Vive and would still like more GFX power.

How much is the 4.5 looking like clocking in at? And when?
#36
David23
rohitmkiller
I think £329 is way too much to pay, when the console itself can be bought for circa £200. Will the psvr really make gaming 115% better than it currently is?
Not without the PS4 Neo, apparently PSVR looks utterly terrible on the normal PS4 because it just doesn't have the power to do it justice.
Source? Everything I have read has been positive and the PS4 doesn't have any issues running VR.
1 Like #37
sancheez
Blaat_blaat
​Isn't that the reason they added the processor chip you get with the vr apperently with that chips it works quiet well, of course on the neo it will work even better but that is still some time away. we will all see in 2 months time how well it works.

If the original PS4 struggles with this (and it will, good VR needs BIG GFX grunt) then you are either going to have to sacrifice resolution or framerate/latency. And it will be resolution that suffers as you can't really get away with low framerate/high latency as this ruins the effect and causes motion sickness.
If the PS VR turns out to have enough exclusive content over the PC version, and does it well enough, I may get it alongside the Vive. But if I do, it will be with a PS4.5. I'm using a 980ti with the Vive and would still like more GFX power.
How much is the 4.5 looking like clocking in at? And when?

nothing is known about the neo, 7th of september there will be info released about it.

That is the thing i am not sure if the original playstation 4 will struggles with it, and i have not heard any reviewer say this only one person has said it might be awefull and than again he didn't specify if it was with the extra processor or not at the time. Furthermore i believe games specific designed for playstation VR might even run smoother than the ones for PC VR as PC VR games once again need to be designed to run over a specific range of different cards and processors were and the pc is not dedicated to just that game there is always stuff running in the background, the playstation VR games only need to make sure they run smooth over 1 type in total so they tend to spend more time focusing on making that perfect. You could argue that games don't always run smooth of ps4 however i find this 99% of the time happens with games that are designed to run over multiple type of concolse and the pc, looking at games that are exclusive to ps4 i haven't found one that didn't run smooth though that is my personal experience.

I think playstation VR is going to suprise us all and probly the one VR that is going to drive the VR market atm as this is the one the public can actually afford. Its not the most inovative/amazing VR experience compared to the PC VR but it will probly be the one driving the VR market.
#38
It says in the Tesco blurb "Order now for delivery on day of launch" so I am really tempted ...

... but not sure that I can make enough space available to use it -

http://arstechnica.com/gaming/2016/07/sony-announces-playstation-vr-space-requirements-is-your-room-big-enough/
1 Like #39
All over priced at the moment...especially with new consoles on the way. My advice, wait till there's some proven software, and wait till they figure out walking. Least don't buy it blindly...wait till its out and test it first.

Unless of course you're hoping to get it anywhere close to release day and planning to stick it on ebay?...then, go for it.
1 Like #40
jimx26
David23
rohitmkiller
I think £329 is way too much to pay, when the console itself can be bought for circa £200. Will the psvr really make gaming 115% better than it currently is?
Not without the PS4 Neo, apparently PSVR looks utterly terrible on the normal PS4 because it just doesn't have the power to do it justice.
Source? Everything I have read has been positive and the PS4 doesn't have any issues running VR.

For one: http://www.trustedreviews.com/opinions/ps4-neo-vs-ps4-ps4k

Which mentions:

"The complaint stems from the fact Sony has specified that all VR games have to run at 60fps minimum to avoid any issues with lag and motion sickness, which is a tricky task for the current PS4. The new console's extra processing grunt will ensure that the experience is smooth without developers having to compromise too much on graphical detail." (See my previous post. Resolution will go as you CANNOT sacrifice FPS. Even moreso if you're starting form a lower 60fps baseline ...)

60fps is not enough.

For VR to be convincing you need good resolution, high FPS, and as big a FOV as possible. Oculus and Vive run @ 90fps. If the current PS4 is struggling to manage 60fps, you're gonna want the Neo.

Sure, it'll work(ish) on the current model but personally, I wouldn't touch it without the Neo.

I honestly hope Sony do a good job with this. The ready-made PS4 market is MUCH easier to tap into than the current PC one. So it has the potential to give the entire VR sector a big boost. So I honestly hope the current PS4 manages to do at least an OK enough job of it that people will use it.

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