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Supermarket Lidl wants in on the action and has launched a budget version of the gadget at £7.99. The VR set’s features are not too bad either as it allows you to turn your smartphone into VR glasses and make the most of 3D or 360 degree videos and VR games.
It also has integrated aspheric and optical lenses and adjustable focal and lens distance. Well, its biggest competition comes in the form of ”Google Cardboard” – a virtual reality headset that also costs around £8 and has a similar spec.
Google’s version runs on the same principle of turning your phone into a VR station but is made from – you guessed it – cardboard. The gadget also has to be assembled by the user but is said to be like a quick origami exercise.
But these two models are not the only cheep and cheerful one’s available to you. Goji 3D Cardboard VR set is identical to Google’s version in style and spec but can be found selling for just 97p! Read more from thesun.co.uk…
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