Virtual reality is here and now and it is taking off in a big way. The problem with VR however is cost outlay required in order to get up and running which generally comes in at over $1,000, and even then you are stuck tethered to a PC. Eny, a company from China, however is aiming to help make virtual reality more affordable with the release of the Eny EVR01 Android integrated VR headset.
The Eny EVR01 is unlike the other typical VR options on the market today. The study plastic construction of the VR unit has allowed Eny to keep costs down so that the unit comes in at around the $80 mark. The main difference however is that the Eny EVR01 VR headset does not need to be plugged into your PC or even a smartphone. This is due to the fact that Eny has actually build the display into the VR set itself and has integrated the Android operating system into the headset. These changes mean that the Eny EVR01 truly is an all in one virtual reality headset.
The EVR01 virtual reality headset packs some nice specs for the price with the unit being powered by a Rockchip RK3126 Quad Core ARM Cortex-A7 1.3GHz CPU. It comes with a 5 inch display giving you a resolution of 1280 x 720.
- RK3126 Quad Core ARM Cortex-A7 1.3GHz
- Mali 400 MP2 ,Support OpenGL ES1.1/2.0
- RAM 1GB (optional 512MB)
- ROM 8GB (Optional 16GB)
- Android 5.1
- BMP, JPG, GIF, PNG
- MEPG 1/2/4,H.263/H.264,RMVB,WMV/VC-1,MVC,AVS,MJPEG. (UP TO 1080P)
- WIFI 2.4G/802.11b/g/n+BT 4.0(HS)/BT
- Lens Diameter: 40
- Material: High transparency resin
- Mirror Structure: Low dispersion/aspheric
- Refractive Compensation: 300 degrees myopia
- SD Card
- USB OTG
- 5mm standard headphone jack
- 5MM power connector