All the major VR units, and all of the specs for them.

It seems like forever ago when Google released their VR unit Cardboard and got the ball rolling on bringing VR to anyone, and everyone. Since then we've seen announcements and models of several different VR units. Trying to decide which one is the right system for you can boggle the mind, especially when you consider the hardware you may need to purchase in order to be "VR Ready" on these sytems. And now with the official announcement of the Playstation VR, Sony has jumped into the ring to compete with the likes of the HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift.

So take a look and figured out which VR platform is in your future!

Category Samsung Gear VR HTC Vive Oculus Rift Sony PlayStation VR
Display 2560x1440
1280 x 1440 per eye
Super AMOLED
2560x1200
1080 x 1200 per eye
OLED
2160 x 1200
1080 x 1200 per eye
OLED
1920 x 1080
960x1080 per eye
OLED
Refresh rate 60 Hz 90 Hz 90 Hz 120 Hz, 90 Hz
Sensors Accelerator,
gyrometer,
geomagnetic,
proximity
Accelerometer,
gyroscope,
laser position sensor,
front-facing camera
Accelerometer,
gyroscope,
magnetometer,
360-degree positional tracking
360 degree tracking,
9 LEDs
Field of View 96 degrees 110 degrees 110 degrees 100 degrees
Controller Bluetooth controller Vive Controllers, SteamVR controller, any PC-compatible gamepad Oculus Touch, Xbox One controller Sony DUALSHOCK 4 controller or PlayStation Move
Tracking area Fixed position 15 x 15 feet 5 x 11 feet 10 x 10 feet
Minimum hardware requirements Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6 series, or Galaxy S7 series NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 or AMD Radeon R9 290 GPU,
Intel Core i5-4590 CPU,
4GB RAM, HDMI 1.3, USB 2.0
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 or AMD Radeon R9 290 GPU,
Intel Core i5-4590 CPU,
8GB RAM, HDMI 1.3, 2x USB 3.0,
Windows 7 SP1
Sony Playstation 4
Price $99 $799 $599 $399
Consumer release date November 27, 2015 April 15, 2016 March 28, 2016 October 2016

Why is there PlayStation stuff here?

PlayStation on Android Central?!? We use our Android phones to interact with the PlayStation 4 — especially if you have a Sony Xperia phone. We're also talking a lot more about VR, and PlayStation VR is just as big a part of that conversation. It stretches things outside of Android a little, but it's also going to be a lot of fun. Enjoy!