DESTEK V5 VR Headset, 110°FOV Eye Protected HD Virtual Reality Headset w/ Bluetooth Controller for iPhone 11/Pro/X/Xs/Max/XR/8P/7P,for Samsung S20/S10/S9/S8/Note 10/9/8/Plus,Phones w/ 5.5-6.8in Screen
The Destek VR headset offers you a comfortable design, good image quality and increased reality capabilities.
The Destek is a VR headset which offers some unique ability to remove the front panel and use it for the increased reality (AR) apps as well.
Now for most of the people, this is probably going to call up visions of Pokemon Go, but there are much more immersive AR experiences out there in the market, like ViewR, which are designed to work within a headset and overlay helpful information about your world, which creates a mixed reality scenario.
Companies such as Apple and Microsoft have continually pushed the notion that AR has a stronger future than VR, so, if you want a head which can do both, you have your answer and that answer is Destek.
The Destek does not stray too far from the basic design which is shared by most of the cheap virtual reality headsets. It has a plastic body with a foam padded back which is covered in leather and a two part head strap.
Though, it executes effectively on that design and it provides a couple additional touches to help set it apart. The controls to adjust the focal and pupil distance are at the temple area and on top of the headset, which grants an easy access to the users wanting to make adjustments on the fly.
The ability to remove a section of the magnetically attached front panel is really appreciating. This sets everything for you to use the headset for AR apps which require that your smartphone's camera to be exposed. And while I didn't find any heat to be a problem with this headset, the ability to remove that section would ease any such issues, if they arise.
At 12.5 ounces, the Destek is not one of the lightest VR headsets out there, particularly compared to the Magiove, which weighs just 10.6 ounces. However, due to proper weight distribution, this headset is pretty much well balanced. This leads to a solid comfort, avoiding the front heavy pull which is found in many of the cheap headsets.
Its head strap uses the basic design which is shared by most of the inexpensive VR headsets, with side and top straps which are adjusted with velcro and a faux-leather piece at the rear. The straps of this headset are noticeably wider than most of the other headsets, which helps in the headset's overall comfort and ease of use.
When you go for longer gaming or viewing sessions, the cushioned faux leather which rests against your face is not quite as pleasant as the design found on the Magiove or ETVR headsets.
The image quality of the Destek is brilliant. As soon as it is focused properly, it will be crystal clear view without any obvious distortion, and color reproduction also seems to be faithful in the Cedar Point VR roller coaster simulation.
There can be some of the light which leak at the top of the headset, however, it is worth considering if you are planning to consistently use your VR headset in well lighten environment.