Sitting right on the couch of your hall you feel like the galaxy is expanding or the spiderman comes right onto your face where you get a real feel rather than like watching a simple movie on your Television.

3D, 4D or 5D movies have advanced and we cannot get over them, but VR boxes are all new level of love for action movie lovers, gamers or the ones who want to feel the reality in the virtual world. VR boxes are love for an action movie buff like me.

But getting a good VR box at a good decent price and the one who serves all the requirements is tough.

Here is a list of best VR boxes available on Amazon.

Oculus Rift -$399.00

It’s an overall best VR box. Rift offers touch controllers with the VR box sets. Same as the HTC Vive the Oculus requires a connection to the high specification to a gaming PC with Windows 7 or further as it pays off by creating heavy interactive experiences and games.

Originally, the minimum specs put out by Oculus called for an Intel Core i5 4590 or equivalent processor, 8GB of RAM and an NVIDIA GTX 970 or AMD Radeon 290 video card. Most of the hardcore gaming community might already have these components on hand, but if you’re a casual gamer or currently more of a PC layman, these parts will be the first of two costly investments you need to pay for upfront.

Recently, however, that minimum spec has been brought down to an Intel i3-6100, instead of the more expensive Intel i5-4590, and GPUs can now start from the Nvidia GTX 960 from the recommended 970.

When paired with the right specifications the Oculus Rift is far better than the most known VR boxes you are aware of.

And the best part you get a library of over thousands of games that you can play.

 HTC Vive Pro – $ 696.39

One huge benefit is the ability to move around the space. Yes, you can actually move around and feel the reality hitting you. It works by using two sensors positioned in the corner of the room that tracks the whereabouts of the headset by sweeping with lasers.

Enhanced graphics with super rich colors that supports 2880 x 1660 and 615 PPI. It has an immersive audio with a 360 degree controller and headset tracking covers your movements to the millimeter, floor-to-ceiling. High impedance headphones driven by a powerful amplifier and integrated 3D spatial sound delivers true-to-life immersive audio with dual microphones for active noise cancellation.

PlayStation VR -$199.34

If you already have a  Sony’s PS4 the best thing to do is get a PlayStation VR. The PS VR has a lower lens resolution compared with those of the Vive or the Rift, but depending on the game, the PS VR can deliver a 120-hertz refresh rate — one of the highest available. When you aren’t playing games in VR, you can watch movies. The headset has a Cinematic mode that allows you to watch movies and TV in a theater-like setup at 120 Hz. We suggest you try it out with a 4K Blu-ray movie. PS VR also has a Social Screen so people who aren’t wearing a headset can still watch the action.

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