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DEEPOON e2 (2016)


Description: Picking it up and out of the box for the first time I have to say I am impressed with the build quality and design of it. While heavier and bigger than an Oculus Rift DK2 it also seems better made than a DK2! Now that might just be in first impressions, but I doubt anyone will be feeling disappointed with this headset when they first get it out of the box. Let’s just hope it holds up through the rest of the tests.

DEEPOON e2 Specs…

Headset: DEEPOON e2
Manufacturer: DPVR
Launch Price: $300 (£221)
Release Date: August 2016
Headset Type: VR Headset (All-in-one)
Display: Single AMOLED Panel at 1920 X 1080
Field of View(FOV): 100°
Refresh Rate: 75 Hz
CPU: Intel i5
GPU: DirectX 3D10, Nvida GT X720 / AMD R9 290 and above
Interpupillary Distance Adjustment: Yes/No
Screen Focus Adjustment: Yes/No
Weight: 657g (23.17 oz)
Tracking: 3 DoF Non-positional


Review: Sadly when it comes to the headsets main features there really isn’t any to talk about other than the thick head strap that does feel quite comfortable.Other than that there is a power button, thick faux leather face padding and an earphone port to plug your headphones into it. While it doesn’t work as flawlessly as with the current PC VR platforms (Steam VR and Oculus Home) it does work and that is a plus. View wise I would say it is not as comfortable as an Oculus Rift DK2 or a Pimax 4K, but a lot better than setting for one of the cheaper all in one headsets. But it’s the price I have the issue with the most. Given that it costs about the same as an Oculus Rift DK2 I would suggest getting the DK2 every time. But if you happen to get given one of these headsets as a gift or get one cheap on eBay you won’t be disappointed at all. It’s better than I thought, but its price suggests it should be far better than it really is.

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