The VR industry continues to grow, and there are plenty of affordable mobile devices that can get you into a virtual world. However, most of the premier experiences are still reserved for the PC-based systems, whether Windows Mixed Reality, HTC Vive, or Oculus Rift.
The problem here is that these systems cost a good chunk of money, and that's before figuring in the cost of a PC or laptop capable of delivering a decent experience.
This question carries over to pretty much any VR system, and indeed Kram Devil's topic asks an important question; most people don't want to overspend, especially after dropping a lump sum on a VR headset.
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