Windows Mixed Reality

Best Alienware PC For VR

The Alienware Aurora, with performance hardware and a respectable price, is the best Alienware PC for VR.

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What makes each Windows Mixed Reality headset special?

There are a LOT of Windows Mixed Reality headsets to choose from right now. What sets each of them apart from the pack isn't always obvious.

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What is Windows Mixed Reality Ultra?

Not all Windows Mixed Reality PCs are create equal, and Microsoft is grouping those experiences into two tiers. You may have a PC ready for Windows Mixed Reality, but is your rig ready to go Ultra?

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What's the difference between Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality?

How many realities are there?! We break down the key differences in all of these confusing terms.

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These are the cheapest pre-built Windows Mixed Reality PCs we could find

We've rounded up the cheapest pre-built rigs we could find to make it easy (and inexpensive) for you to get set up for a WMR headset.

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How to set up your Windows Mixed Reality playspace

Windows Mixed Reality has a couple of rules for safe play. Here's how to set up that environment.

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Are all Windows Mixed Reality headsets created equal?

We've not got two of the fabled Windows Mixed Reality headsets to play with, so it's time to see how they stack up against one another.

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Everything you need to get started with Windows Mixed Reality

It'll be a while before headsets are shipping, but now is the perfect time to make sure you have everything you need to be ready for the launch of Windows Mixed Reality.

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HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and Windows Mixed Reality system requirements

You have your eyes on a shiny new VR setup, you have money in your hand, but do you have the computer to run it? Here are the system requirements for the major VR systems.

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How to build a PC for Windows Mixed Reality

If you'd rather build your own PC for Windows Mixed Reality, we've put together a few potential rigs that will suit a variety of budgets and hardware preferences.

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