Deepoon DPVR E3 Basic

Box Weight: 1,717 g
Box Height: 15 cm (6″)
Box Width: 24 cm (9″)
Box Length: 35 cm (14″)

Overall Packaging Presentation: While there isn’t a whole lot to read or look at on the box it does at least look strong and sturdy. Indeed, taking the lid off the box it reveals a nicely packed box with a plastic tray to keep the headset and other items safe and sound. While I wouldn’t describe its packaging and presentation as a premium, it is at the very least practical.



“…looks stylish and indeed has a pretty great viewing experience…”

Please note: Box weight, size and contents might not represent your own product as sometimes different sellers use their own packaging and often include extra items like controllers, wipes, cloths or other promotional materials.

Whats in the box…

  • Quick Start Guide
  • Headset
  • Branded Microfibre Cloth
  • Headstrap Padding

Pupil Adjustment: No
Focus Adjustment: No
Product Weight: 297 g
Overall Build Quality (1-10): 8
Resolution: 2560 x 1440 AMOLED display
Gyroscope: 1000hz
Motion-To-Photon Latency: 18 ms
Field of View: 100°

Minimum System Configuration…

Operating System: Win 7 / 8 / 10
CPU: Intel i5 and above
GPU: DirectX 3D10, Nvida GT X960 / AMD R9 290 and above
Storage: 4GB Min
Ports: support HDMI 1.4B video output, USB 2.0 / 3.0 interface

Features Review: When it comes to features this headset doesn’t have a lot of them. No pupil or focus adjustments that I could find and the head strap is not the most comfortable. Also setting it up and getting it running was also not as easy as other full PC headsets, in fact, it was a real pain. At least they kept things simple and tidy with both the design and wire system. Just one HDMI and two USB 2 or 3 ports needed.

Additional Information…

Average Price at Time of Review: £243 (USD $329)
Head Strap: 2 Point, Elasticated
Strap Quality(1-10): 5
Face Padding Type: Foam
Padding Depth: 3 mm
Nose Grove Depth: 40 mm
Nose Grove Width: 38 mm
Well Ventilated: Yes
Room for Glasses: 5″ Max
Built in Sound: Yes
Works With Augmented Reality Apps: No
Lens Size: 48 mm
Lens Type: Custom Optical Resin Lenses
Min Lens Distance: 60 mm
Max Lens Distance: 60 mm
Comfort Score (1 – 10): 4
Value For Money Score (1 – 10): 6
Range Of Colours: White or Black
Other Names: N/A

Final Verdict: While it looks stylish and indeed has a pretty great viewing experience it is sadly severely limited in what it can do. In fact, you are pretty much limited to Steam VR and playing movies on it. But don’t let that put you off, there is still some great VR games and experiences you can play with this headset, just grab yourself a gamepad and enjoy some DK2 friendly games. For now, you can get some good use out of this headset, but its little flaws like drifting and slightly uncomfortable strap system do make it feel like an unfinished product that could have easily been much better.


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