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Old 14th October 2016, 07:44   #1
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Default VR headsets are a “slow burn”

People go for cheap option

A report from research company Strategy Analytics said that by the end of this year only three percent of Brits will own a VR headset.

And most of those are of the cheap cardboard variety rather than high end and highly expensive units.

Lower end headsets will account for 92 percent of units sold, according to analyst David MacQueen.

“Despite the rush of companies eager to jump in, the reality is that VR take-up among the British public will be a slow burn and dominated by low-cost headsets.The VR headset market will be much like the car market – most owning the likes of Vauxhalls and Fords, a handful owning Porsches and the odd few splashing out on a Ferrari,” he said.
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