Posted by IGN Entertainment on Monday, February 06, 2018 06:36:06This is the V.bot, the “Voxbeam” headset from Voxbeam.
It uses a camera to track the player’s position, and is controlled by a small robotic arm attached to a small computer that looks like a cell phone.
It looks very much like a regular cell phone, with a tiny, red button on top.
It also features a microphone and a touch screen that allows you to interact with the VR experience.
The headset is a good option if you’re looking for a cheaper way to explore the VR world, but it is a little bulky, and can’t be worn with glasses.
However, the headset works great with a few headsets that use an Oculus Rift, like the Gear VR.
The V.bots also works with the Oculus Rift headset, but you will need a headset with a microphone built into it.
The VR headset from Oculus Rift costs $599, but the VBS headset from Voxbeam costs $799.
Both headsets have similar features, but there are pros and cons to each.
The Pros of the VBA-VR Headset Pros of VBA Headset: Compact Size, Weight, and Performance Cons of V. Bots Pros of Voxbeam Headset Cons of Voxbeams VR Headset Price: $799 Gear VR headset price: $399 Oculus Rift VR headset cost: $349 PlayStation VR headset: $299