- $99 - 3 Nights
- $115 - 5 Nights
- $129 - 7 Nights
- Long Term Rentals Available
With double the resolution of the Vive Pro, and a higher resolution than the Pimax 5K+, this is the clearest VR headset yet. As Tested.com said, the resolution "is definitively noticeably better than any headset I’ve tried, Including the Pimax". Plus, with no external sensors needed, it's super simple to setup! Built-in cameras track the movement of you and your two controllers.
Built-in headphones and a comfortable lightweight design complete the headset, but as with other headsets, you can still mirror the audio to your TV or PC speakers, which is ideal for events.
- 1 x HP Reverb Windows Mixed Reality Headset
- 1 x 3.5m cable (from the headset to DisplayPort 1.3 and USB 3.0)
- 1 x Mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort Adapter
- 2 x Wireless Motion Controllers
- 1 x VR Cover
- 4 x Eneloop Pro AA Batteries
- 1 x Cleaning Cloth
Details on how the rental works, comparisons of the different headsets, frequently asked questions and more, are all available in our Virtual Reality Rental Guide.
The recommended system requirements for the headset include:
GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 / RTX 2070 or greater / Nvidia Quadro P5200 or greater / AMD Radeon Pro WX 8200 or greater. It will run on a GTX 1070 rendering at a slightly lower resolution, and then upscaling it.
CPU: Intel i7 / Intel Xeon E3-1240 v5 equivalent or better
RAM: 16 GB or more
Video Output: DisplayPort 1.3 or higher
Other Connections: 1x USB 3.0 or better
Operating System: Windows 10 '1809 Update' or later (free update for Windows 10)
Note: The Reverb is recommended for indoor use, and requires clear details the camera can lock onto (e.g. not an empty room with blank walls or in a dark environment). We cannot guarantee the tracking will work outdoors, and use outdoors poses huge risk to light damaging the screens.
Aside from the gear we provide, you may need a desktop PC. If you don't have a suitable PC, we also rent those, but you will get the best experience from an even higher power desktop of your own. You just need a monitor or a TV with an HDMI input (almost any TV in the past 10 years, and most monitors).