Google Daydream VR headset are now available in crimson red and white varieties. Both choices can be ordered online from Google Store for $79 and are said to be shipped by Dec. 8, 2016. The VR headset was originally released in gray/slate version and virtual reality enthusiasts had been waiting for more color options to suit their style.
People who hadn’t been buying the VR head just because they hate the gray/slate colors can now order Google Day VR varieties and get them in just two days. These virtual reality headsets are designed around the tech giant‘sPixel, but now more smartphones are also shaping around the newly released VR device.
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In comparison to other virtual reality wearables, Google Daydream VR also offers a remote to operate in the VR world. This makes the experience both unreal and more interactive, proved by new Google Earth VR navigation with its intelligently designed pointer (like a laser pointer) controller.
All the Google Daydream VR varieties come packed with the controller, which after used can be cased back into the lid so you don’t have to store them separately. The new strategy by tech giant is forcing likes of other popular smartphone-based VR headsets like Samsung Gear VR to introduce a controller to keep up with the market.