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DPVR EC3

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Reviews Summary

The DPVR E3-C is a tethered virtual reality headset for PC manufactured by the Chinese company DPVR. This VR headset is also known as the Deepoon E3-C by users. You have a one-of-a-kind VR Headset with the DPVR E3C (Hard Strap). The DPVR E3C is suitable for use in the most extensive simulation games due to its high image resolution, simple ease of use, and futuristic appearance.

Pros

  • Compatible with many VR game platforms
  • Comfortable headset for the user
  • Good image resolution

Cons

  • Cannot move around with it
  • Limited gaming experience
  • Doesn’t come with built-in headphones
  • Not a wireless experience
  • Lens prone to fire damage
  • Doesn’t come with real instructions

Where to get it?

DPVR E3C PC VR Headset

Last Amazon price update was: September 14, 2022 9:28 pm

Review

The DPVR E3C headset is an overall good product with notable features such as image quality and a durable and lightweight design. The cables are fairly long, and the software is simple to use. The VR headset, on the other hand, does not include controllers or room scaling, which limits the gaming experience.

 

Compatible with many VR game platforms

The E3-C is compatible with a wide range of VR game platforms, including SteamVR, DK1, DK2, and VR online. This is the primary distinction between the DPVR E3-B and the DPVR E3-B, which is only compatible with SteamVR.

 

Comfortable headset for the user

The headset weighs approximately 305g, reducing pressure on the user’s face. It also has a strap that can be adjusted and an IPD adjustment. The headset can also be worn over eyeglasses. Attaching the NOLO console adds some weight and causes your head to tilt forward slightly, but only slightly. The 16ms latency however improves the user experience and prevents VR sickness.

 

Good image resolution

The DPVR E3C has a very nice image resolution with a total image resolution of 2560 x 1440 for both eyes. The resolution also reaches 2560 x 1440 p, allowing for quick display brightness and focus adjustment. It also reduces the effects of screen doors and afterglow. Coming from a small screen in front of your face, the graphics and brightness are incredibly vibrant and impressive. There is never any visual lag. The lenses, on the other hand, act like a magnifying glass and can quickly cause fire damage to the screens.

 

Limited gaming experience

Because the DPVR E3C is a three-dimensional (DOF) headset, it cannot be used to physically walk through a virtual space. The E3C, on the other hand, is recommended when playing a simulation game or watching a VR movie. You can use the headset with a keyboard and mouse, for example, or with a steering wheel and/or flight joystick.

 

Not a wireless experience

The headset must be connected to an HDMI port with a dedicated graphics card. You’ll also need three USB ports for the headset. Being tethered to the computer by cords is a disadvantage for those seeking affordable wireless VR systems.

 

Doesn’t come with built-in headphones

A few features that would have made the product stand out are missing. First, it lacks built-in headphones, which means you must either wear additional headgear or go without sound. Furthermore, the controllers are said to provide haptic feedback, but this does not always work.

 

Doesn’t come with real instructions

Unfortunately, the headset does not come with any instructions. The setup instructions are a little difficult to follow as if they were written in another language and you had to translate them to English. You may need to conduct your own research on Google or YouTube to determine what to do and how to do it. They do, however, have videos and reading material available online. There is also software that must be downloaded before you can begin playing.

Product Stats

Product sentiment (% of positive sentences about the product)
74%
Features Sentiment
Resolution 80%
Comfort 74%
Compatibility 85%
Tracking 70%
Setup 59%
Price 50%
Gaming 52%
Cables 42%

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Technical Specifications

VT Type: PC-powered VR
Platform: SteamVR
Hardware Platform: SteamVR
Display type: LCD
Shape: Oval
Series: –
Positional Tracking: No
Max Resolution: 1280×1440
Pixel Per Degree: –
Field Of View: 110°
Refresh Rate: 72
Audio: 3.5 mm audio jack, built-in microphone

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