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This could e a good unit if it wasn't on daydream. Why Google decided to omit the trigger is beyond me. It's almost unplayable. If you don't plan to game on this thing then go ahead and get it but, if you're a gamer stay far far away until Google figures out you can't have 1 button do everything. Far far to many miss pressed swipes everywhere. Try to use the shield and it changes guns, try to reload and up comes the shield.
The only other complaint I have it the headband is down right horrible. In order for it to be comfortable and not pull away from my face letting light in is to just set it on my head and don't move the band. It's fine as long as your sitting but, if you want to play standing up good luck.
Even if my remote would have worked properly I would still have returned it. I'll wait for the HTC.
Like one of the other reviewers, I cannot actually review this because I had similar problems in getting past the linkage stage which leads inevitably to the belief that there are some very real, albeit not (obviously) universal problems to be worked out by Lenovo
A call to the company (no easy task, but that's another story for another day, confirmed this to some extent
So, why 2 stars? Because IF it works, when it works as it does for so many others, it DOES address a whole slew of needs for the VR community and that deserves some kind of encouragement
When it was released a couple of years ago, the Mirage Solo was the best stand-alone VR headset available. The display is nice, it's comfortable, and has a fairly decent library of games.
However, since then the Oculus Quest has been released which is superior to the Mirage Solo in every way. The tracking is better, you get two full-featured controllers instead of a single, limited controller, and the library of games available is significantly better. Also, Oculus will be issuing an upgrade to the Quest to allow it to plug into a computer, which will increase the number of games available to play on it by leaps and bounds.
The Quest is a little more expensive, but I would HIGHLY recommend it over the Mirage Solo.
This was the first time I tried a vr. By that logic I should have been blown away. Right? But I fet the overall experience wasn’t outstanding. Right from trying so hard to fit the headset to be able to see clearly, to mediocre software and discomfort in fa r and head after wearing for 30 mins made me decide to return it right away. Software especially is too lowgrade for a device this expensive and advanced. I wasnt able to even search the play store. Limited apps and no browser. I would rather buy an oculus go now and then buy something else that facebook or google directly manufactures after a year or so.