He kept asking himself: Who really wants this VR headset as senior editor Devindra Hardawar checked the Oculus Rift S? The $399 Rift S makes a convincing argument for an entry-level VR purchase with built-in monitoring, clear clarity, and a convenient headstrap.

It still needs to be tied to a device, though, its development and build quality is no better than the original Rift, and higher resolution screens are included in the identically priced Oculus Quest. That all adds up to a blunt suggestion. Ultimately, a decent score of 80 was received by the newest Oculus system.

Would you agree with Devindra on how it deals with other Oculus headsets if you own the Rift S? Is the headstrap secure, even if the machine is 20% lighter than the original? How did you like the movement controllers and the Insight tracking system?

Have you been disappointed with the cables? In a client review on our product page for Oculus Rift S, tell us all the ins and outs of this VR experience. An upcoming user review roundup could include your review so share all the details!

Notes: Comments for this article are off as usual, but we would love to hear your opinions and feedback on our product page for Oculus Rift S!