Virtual reality headset have become more and more popular recently, from the basic Google Cardboard using your own smartphone, to models interfacing with a computer such as the $599 Oculus Rift or $700 HTC Vive. Chinese manufacturers have all launched a few standalone models running Android such as the high-end Deepoon M2 based on Samsung Exynos 7420, or the relatively inexpensive HA544 powered by Rockchip RK3188 quad core processor with 2GB RAM, and 8GB flash.
- SoC – Rockchip RK3188 quad core Corter A9 processor @ 1.6 GHz with Mali-400MP4 GPU
- System Memory – 2GB DDR3
- Storage – 8GB NAND flash + micro SD slot
- Display – 5.5, 1920×1080 resolution
- 2x aspherical lens for myopia under 700 degrees
- Diameter – 42mm
- 90 degrees field of view (FOV)
- IPD (Interpupillary distance) & focus adjustment
- Connectivity – WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0 with Ampak AP6212 module (some models may have AP6335 instead for 802.11ac WiFi + Bt 4.0)
- Camera – 2MP front camera
- Audio Output – 3.5 mm audio jack for headphones
- Video Output – 3.5mm CVBS
- USB – 1x micro USB 2.0 port, 1x USB 2.0 host port
- Sensors – 9-axis gyroscope
- Misc – Adjustable headband, 4 buttons, D-Pad, rotary encoder to adjusting focal distance (so it can be used without prescription glasses), LED
- Battery – 3000mAh
- Dimensions – 17.50 x 12.00 x 10.50 cm
- Weight – 448g
The VR Headset runs Android 4.4, and ships with a simple 2.4GHz Remote, a 5V/2A power Adapter, a USB cable, a warranty card, and a user’s manual.
GeekBuying sells the VR headset for $154.99, but it can also be purchased for $160.62 on GearBest. GeekBuying also posted a review on their blog, where you can learn how to use it, and what can be done with it.
Jean-Luc started CNX Software in 2010 as a part-time endeavor, before quitting his job as a software engineering manager, and starting to write daily news, and reviews full time later in 2011.