You can now pre-order Google Daydream View in Crimson and Snow color variants

You can now pre-order Google Daydream View in Crimson and Snow color variants
Google's Daydream VR platform might be the new kid on the block, but it certainly does have a lot of potential. Although not as powerful as the likes of Oculus Rift or HTC Vive, it offers a high-end virtual reality experience with just your smartphone and headset, and in addition to Samsung Gear VR, it's one of the best mobile VR solutions that exists.

Google's own Daydream View is currently the only headset available that's made for the Daydream platform, and up until this point, you've only been able to order it in the Slate (gray) color option. If you'd like your VR headset to offer a bit more pizzazz than what the Slate color offers, we've got some good news for you. Initially announced back at Google's big Pixel event in October, you can finally grab the Daydream View in Crimson and Snow color variants in addition to the Slate one that's already been available. The Snow color looks like it will get dirty rather fast thanks to its stark white nature, but the red Crimson looks downright gorgeous. 

You can now pre-order Google Daydream View in Crimson and Snow color variants

Unlike the Slate model of Daydream View that you can purchase and have shipped out right away, the Snow and Crimson variants are still in the pre-order stage. This means that shipments won't go out until December 8, and while that is a bit of a bummer, that's just one short week away at the time of this writing.

Both the Snow and Crimson versions of Daydream View retail for the same price of $79.99, and as it currently stands, you'll need either a Pixel, Pixel XL, Moto Z, or Moto Z Force in order to actually run Daydream VR.

You can now pre-order Google Daydream View in Crimson and Snow color variants
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3 Comments

1. flavius22

Posts: 218; Member since: Aug 23, 2015

Im selling vr glasses in a phone accessories kiosk. I've been trying for months to find a game or app to make adult people buy them. NOTHING. Vr might be amazing, but after 3 minutes everyone is bored lol.

2. ajwillingham

Posts: 38; Member since: Jan 17, 2015

It is my favorite way to watch Netflix and will most likely be my favorite way to watch Game of Thrones when HBO's VR app is released. Watching some of my favorite shows and movies on a simulated 100 ft screen is a good enough experience for me.

3. King_bilo

Posts: 115; Member since: May 20, 2015

erm, why wouldl I be so interested in the colour of a device i cant see when i'm using it? Not many people will be looking at me either? so waht is the point of so many different colors?

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