“…there is hope for the Geniatech VR provided it gets some good software behind it.”
Once again we are taking a look at an all-in-one VR headset made and designed in China. With more and more firms joining the VR race it becomes more and more likely they will be onto a winner. So is the Geniatech VR headset a winner? Well, the stats are pretty good with a Quad-core ARM Cortex-A5 running an off-spin of Android and 2 GB of ram. But as for what it can do it seems there is not a lot over what a pair of decent video glasses can. With maybe some Google Cardboard apps running on it.
We mustn’t forget that the AuraVisor is not much more than this and it got funded on Kickstarter! So maybe there is hope for the Geniatech VR provided it gets some good software behind it. We will let you know more about it as soon as we do ourselves.