The Pico 4 virtual reality headset test has joined our comparison
The Pico 4 is a great success. The manufacturer certainly still has efforts to make to catch up on Meta on the software side, but the developments observed over the updates made over the past three months and the good technical basis of the headset suggest good prospects. The technical and ergonomic advantages of this helmet are indisputable. In both standalone and PCVR use, the Pico 4 delivers good image quality, high precision, solid battery life and good user comfort. Only the catalog of games still needs to expand so that it rises to the height of its main competitors.
Only a year and a half after an already wildly attractive first-generation Oculus Quest, the Quest 2 is like a real little bomb on the virtual reality headset market. Not content to bring some very welcome ergonomic improvements to its predecessor, it also makes a real generational leap from a technical point of view. And as if that weren’t enough, it takes advantage of the immense improvements made to Oculus Link mode to establish itself not only as the best standalone VR headset ever released, but also as an excellent headset for PC, in every way equivalent or better. at the Oculus Rift S.