Official Press Release
Oqtagon unveils its wireless Razergon VR headset with its tightly integrated hardware solution and open source proprietary Operating System to deliver an Oculus experience at a fraction of the cost for extended gaming, educational and streaming possibilities
HONG KONG – October 2017- OQTAGON, the wireless virtual reality company, unveils its high resolution, wireless and affordable Razergon VR headset. Powered by Razergon OS, a proprietary, operating system, users are given the freedom to stream video content, download games and experience 3D Movies in the comfort of their homes. Razergon’s headset will be available for preorders on Kickstarter from October 2017, starting at $219 for early backers.
Tethered to pre-programmed virtual adventures, typical VR headsets are limited in their offerings, functionality and price point. With Razergon’s standalone wireless VR headset, users are able to take gaming, video streaming, and Internet browsing into the virtual world for a reimagined VR experience for up to four hours of uninterrupted entertainment.
Razergon’s headset offers users the latest in VR technology through:
“I first got the idea to create Razergon after volunteering with senior citizens,” describes Founder and CEO Galen Law Kun. “It was from here that I wanted to make a solution that would be affordable, adaptable and entertaining for everyone, with a platform that truly felt liberated from the standard VR offerings. Our goal is to utilize our technology to give anyone at any age, an immersive experience by simply putting on a headset.”
CEO & Co-Founder