Aukey’s Cheapest VR Headset is Down to Just $6

A lot of things are changing in the VR industry. With headsets becoming more accessible and a lot cheaper at the same time, things are looking good for most consumers. Those willing to take a small gamble can check out Aukey’s VR headset, which costs just $6. You will need a compatible smartphone, though, but that is something people already own at this point in time.

Aukey Makes VR More Affordable

More competitors and manufacturers in the VR headset market can only be considered to be a good thing. As more companies bring their headsets to market, it becomes a lot easier for consumers to distinguish between the different offerings. Even people on a very tight budget can now access virtual reality with Aukey’s headset, as it comes at the price of just $6 with code ITP42D4M or $10 without. This is by far one of the cheapest mobile VR headsets on the market right now.

Although one still needs a recent Android phone or iPhone to take advantage of this solution, it is a minor requirement when looking at the bigger picture. As long as your smartphone is between 4.7 and 5.2 inches, you will be just fine to make use of the Aukey VR headset. Everything is processed on the phone itself, though, as the headset it has no built-in computing power whatsoever.

What makes the Aukey headset so appealing is how the unit is cheap, lightweight, and seems to offer a lot of comfort to the end user. Considering the vast majority of VR headsets feels incredibly clunky to use, it is only normal people are looking for something more comfortable. It has foam cushions and adjustable head straps for comfort, and even comes with a two-year warranty.

Whether or not anyone will effectively have a great time with this headset, is a different matter altogether. Mobile VR is pretty interesting as a gateway to bigger and better things, but it also very different from mainstream high-end headsets as of right now. It is well worth spending $6 for such a headset, though, even if it is only used once or twice in the end. Until the proper stand-alone VR headsets come to market, this may prove to be a more than valuable alternative.

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By Mark Arguinbaev

Mark is a 28 year old internet entrepreneur. He is a bitcoin enthusiast and a technology addict. He loves writing and educating readers about the newest tech trends.