The Google Cardboard is the Best Entry VR Headset for Under $100


Virtual reality is becoming a major force in the world of technology where almost all forms of entertainment are starting to integrate it. Some VR headsets are out now, and others are still in development and won’t be released anytime soon. For those who want to experience the new tech craze, the Google Cardboard is a fantastic entry point.

google-cardboard“Once you’ve bought or constructed your headset, you can download Google Cardboard apps to your iOS or Android phone, drop your device into the headset, and get playing,” reports Guy Cocker for

The great thing about this product is that it is free depending on where you get it. In the long run, it won’t cost you any more than $85. There are some sturdier headsets that are around $30. However, if you want the cardboard version, you won’t pay any more than $15.



61lpiNpdUsL._SL1200_71EEi9yyTGL._SL1200_The only thing you will need is a cellphone and the apps. Even though the VR experience won’t be the greatest, users will be able to get a taste and graduate to the big boys on the market.

The 5 Best Available Smartphones For Mobile Gamers

Smartphone technology has really advanced in recent years, and these devices can be used for everything from watching videos to playing games. They can range from both graphically sophisticated efforts like Asphalt 8 and things like casino roulette. These are the top five gaming phones of 2014.

This list is presented by a guest blogger from Black Girl Nerds.


Samsung Galaxy Note 4 ($599)

This is the biggest Samsung smartphone — with a 5.7-inch, 1440 x 2560 resolution display – and image quality is superb. This makes it brilliant for games like Asphalt 8 and Modern Combat 5, where it is all about the graphics. Downsides are the cost and the fact that the 176-gram body isn’t all that comfortable over long periods of gaming.