Homido brings another VR option to the table in the “lower-middle class” range of VR headsets. Priced under $100, it is a significant upgrade over Google Cardboard, obviously, as it is built out of things that are not cardboard… But, the question becomes:
How does the Homido VR headset do in terms of value?
If value is being defined as “bang for your buck”, I would say that, in comparison to other similar products, Homido does not offer significant value. It’s roughly 6 times more expensive than Google Cardboard– is it 6 times better?