One of the problems we are seeing with most virtual reality (VR) headsets these days is that they are wired and usually require users to be tethered to a computer, or in some cases like the Google Cardboard, Daydream View, Samsung Gear VR, and so on, require users to use their mobile phones to power the headset.

This means that for the most part, most VR solutions offered today aren’t quite as mobile. However that is something that OQTAGON wants to change as the company has announced the Razergon VR. This is a wireless VR headset that apparently requires no mobile device to power it, meaning that it is a complete and portable solution that you can just chuck into your bag and go.

The headset is said to feature a 2K display and a 90-degree field of vision (which kind of pales in comparison to the Pimax 8K VR headset). It is also powered by its own Razergon operating system that is based on Android, which means that users can access the Razergon app store or Google Play to get their hands on VR-ready apps. The company has also built its own OqtaMotion controllers to allow users to better navigate its interface.

As it stands the Razergon VR is on Kickstarter where it is attempting to raise money to make it a reality. In terms of pricing, the cheapest backing option for the Razergon VR is set at HK$1,718 which is roughly $220 when converted.

Filed in Gadgets. Read more about Crowdfunding, Kickstarter, Virtual Reality (VR) and Wearable Tech.

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