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HTC’s Vive is still one of the best virtual reality setups out there today, yet one of the most inconvenient parts about it is that it’s not cheap. Not only do you need to invest in the Vive headwear, you’ll also need a high-end computer to run the thing.
That’s why Google’s Daydream and Cardboard platforms seem to be so popular, as they offer more casual users a solid VR experience without breaking the bank. But there’s also a middle ground between higher-end setups like the HTC Vive and entry-level headsets like Daydream View. Back at Google I/O, Google, HTC, and Lenovo all [...]