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Google Cardboard VR Box Specs

Release Date in Philippines
DateSep 2018
Ports & interfaces
Card reader integratedNo
TypeSmartphone-based head mounted display
Product colourOat
Housing materialCardboard
Lens materialAcrylic

Reviews of Google Cardboard VR Box
Reviewed on 2018-02-11
Photo by Scott WebbVirtual reality (VR) produces a computer-generated environment–complete with realistic sights, sounds and other sensations–which a person can explore by wearing a special kind of headset and, in some cases, using certain props. Basica...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-21
Inexpensive, easy to setup,
Uncomfortable, not as immersive or interactive
Though the Cardboard lacks the level of interactiveness that other models have and is not at all comfortable to wear for long periods of time, it gets the job done and delivers a decent VR experience. It's a great value at $10-$15 and is the clear choice...
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Reviewed on 2017-02-22
Very chea, Supports Android and iO, Solid app ecosystem
Flimsy desig, No head straps
When Google first unveiled its Cardboard VR viewer at Google I/O 2014, a lot of people assumed it was a joke. Now after millions of units have shipped, it’s still pretty funny to see someone hold a folded piece of cardboard up to his or her face. But it’s...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-28
It was uncomfortable and I looked like a gigantic dork.So I spent most of my time with it holding it up to my face with one or both hands.By the way, last week I said my Google Cardboard knock-off looked like a an old-time plastic View-Master™ stereoscopi...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-01
Today we're having a look at a handful of the cheapest - or closest to free - paths into virtual reality that you're going to find on the market. We want you in on this awesome playground of oddities now. We want you to see spherical visions of alternate...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-01
Clear lenses, Work fine, Fairly simple assembly
Instructions could be better, Phone slightly loose
Up for review today I've got a Google Cardboard VR Glasses kit from Kollea and this is a kit where you have to build it yourself and it's fairly easy, took me about five minutes to do. The glasses work fine, the lenses are clear and there is a magnetic bu...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-17
To my satisfaction, the product guides you perfectly through each step (and there aren't even a lot of steps). When you open the envelope, you see instructions on the back panel and the flattened product on the other.All it take is two unfolds and you beg...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-25
I first came to know about this origami-like cardboard viewer on a China online store. It didn't catch my eye until I read about it on a tech site about what it actually does, so I went back to the online store to make the purchase. Google's website has d...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-01
Google Cardboard is still made of cardboard. Sorry about that. But the crazy cheap virtual reality viewer does have a new version that's bigger and better than ever.Gizmodo loves technology. Our product reviews are presented thanks to Dick Smith.What's ch...
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