The HDK 2.0 is moving in the right direction, though.
When Razer announced the latest version of its HDK (“Hacker Development Kit”) virtual reality headset, it positioned it as a competitor to premium devices like the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. On paper, that’s very much true: the HDK 2.0 has a 2,160 x 1,200 low-persistence OLED panel, a 110-degree field of view and a 90Hz refresh rate. It also has a low price of $399, which is way less than the Rift’s $599 and Vive’s $799 (both headsets come with accessories that go a way to explaining the price difference).
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