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Pro Convenient touch panel
There is a touch panel with a power and menu button built into the side of the device. While there are no menus in the headset itself, games could take advantage of this touchpad, which could be convenient.
Pro Low system requirements required
To run, you only need an Intel i3-540 CPU, nVidia GTX 660 GPU, and 4GB of RAM.
For a better experience, it's suggested you have at least Intel i5-4590 CPU and nVidia GTX980 GPU and 8GB of RAM.
Pro Comfortable to wear
The headset is lightweight at just 246g, and can be worn with glasses. It will automatically adjust depending on your pupil distance, and has a low latency at 13ms to help reduce motion-sickness.
Con Poor early implamentation
The sensors tend to overcompensate for your movement, which results in motion sickness, and also early demos have had very unstable software. There's time to tweak these before the full launch, but are present as of now.
Con Padding is not adjustable
While the device is wide enough for a normal pair of glasses, the padding is not adjustable meaning those with larger heads or wide set glasses may have trouble.