Infinitus Prime VR Headset might just be the best virtual reality headset

Silence is golden or so they say. I am not sure if I have been siting under a rock, and or if the "Infinitus Prime VR Headset" was developed in silence. I have just received news about the development of the "Infinitus Prime" Virtual Reality headset which is due to launch on the 11th of May 2016. The Infinitus prime is said to be the BEST VR HEADSET to be launched to consumers in the first half of 2016. Some news sources have gone so far as to say that the Infinitus Prime VR Headset will put the "Oculus Rift and HTC Vive" to shame with its specifications.


The Infinitus Prime tVR is a Virtual Reality headset with a higher resolution that the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive it has a super wide field-of-view of 140 degrees which is much higher than the standard FOV of similar headsets. This is presumed as we do not have all the information on the Infinitus Prime VR headset yet to provide an exceptional Virtual Reality experience. The Infinitus Prime is said to work across multiple operating systems like Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux, and has a set of LED lights across the front to make it look rather futuristic.

The headset features the highest resolution display -  The technology inside will make even the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift headset manufacturers a little green with envy. The resolution is a whopping 5,120 x 1,440 pixels, while the HTC Vive makes do with 2,160 x 1,200, and the field of view is 140-degrees, which gets close to the 160 degree average of the human eye and easily surpasses the 90 degrees provided through most other headsets.

Sadly, the Infinitus Prime tVR has not been created for regular customers and is presently meant to be used only by large businesses and organizations. Thanks to its superlative technology, it carries a $3,000 price tag and needs a really powerful PC to support its requirement for superior graphics and high-resolution content. In addition, unlike Samsung Gear VR or HTC Vive, the Infinitus Prime tVR won’t come with pre-loaded content nor will it let you access online stores where you can purchase high-resolution content or VR games. Instead, Infinitus Global, the company that builds it, will only supply the basic headset and will let businesses choose what to put in them.