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2 * SteamVR Base Station 2.0

$298.00

 Only sold with 8KPLUS / 8K X /5K Super as Bundle. Please do not purchase alone. 

Base Station 2.0 powers the presence and immersion of room-scale, virtual reality by helping Pimax headsets and controllers track their exact locations. Features wireless syncing.

  • Includes two base stations and one power adapter per order
  • Fits standard threaded mounting points
  • Cord: 8’ 2’’ L
  • Up to 1000 sq. ft*
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Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
75%
(6)
13%
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s.
Works great but...

Weren't the base stations supposed to come with a tripod or a type of stand. Because right now I'm just using tape to stick them to the walls. If not then all is good!

D
D.H.
Good quality

Had a humming when I first turned on on one of them but it disappeared after an adjustment. Shipping was fast and Very happy overall

L
L.E.
SteamVR Base Stations

They work as intended so not much to say about them. I did buy a tripod support so I can move them around if needed.

D
D.R.
Almost a great product, but overpriced. Hard to use with glasses.

The Pimax 8KX is an amazing feat of design and engineering. Its high resolution, wide FOV and features like foveated rendering means that it gives you an experience beyond most other headsets.

However, it has flaws that make the product difficult to use. The number one issue: I use glasses, and it’s virtually impossible to get a clear image in both eyes, regardless of the interpupillary distance setting. The unit itself is on the heavy side, and wearing it can be fatiguing. The maximum refresh rate at its natural resolution is only 75 Hz, lower than the 90 Hz of its competitors.

Setup was also challenging. There is only a rudimentary quick setup guide for setting up the device, and no illustrations of its hardware features. The software has some obvious bugs (floor height detection often does not work properly).

I ordered the Valve Index/base station pair, and the set didn’t work right at first because both base stations were set to Channel 1. It took me many hours of experimentation and web searching before I found the issue.

Some of these issues may be solved by software and better packaging design some day, but some, like compatibility for glasses wearers, cannot. These issues mean that the product hard to justify at its price point. I would settle for a lower-end unit, wait for prices to come down, or wait for technically strong alternatives like the HP Reverb G2 (which don’t need base stations) to become available.

E
E.A.
Yup, they work

Actually one didn't work but I had another one I had bought separately. The 8KX is friggin' amazing! I had tried an Occulus Rift a few years ago but it kind of made my eyes ache after a while. The 8KX doesn't do that, and the resolution is really good!

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
75%
(6)
13%
(1)
13%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
s
s.
Works great but...

Weren't the base stations supposed to come with a tripod or a type of stand. Because right now I'm just using tape to stick them to the walls. If not then all is good!

D
D.H.
Good quality

Had a humming when I first turned on on one of them but it disappeared after an adjustment. Shipping was fast and Very happy overall

L
L.E.
SteamVR Base Stations

They work as intended so not much to say about them. I did buy a tripod support so I can move them around if needed.

D
D.R.
Almost a great product, but overpriced. Hard to use with glasses.

The Pimax 8KX is an amazing feat of design and engineering. Its high resolution, wide FOV and features like foveated rendering means that it gives you an experience beyond most other headsets.

However, it has flaws that make the product difficult to use. The number one issue: I use glasses, and it’s virtually impossible to get a clear image in both eyes, regardless of the interpupillary distance setting. The unit itself is on the heavy side, and wearing it can be fatiguing. The maximum refresh rate at its natural resolution is only 75 Hz, lower than the 90 Hz of its competitors.

Setup was also challenging. There is only a rudimentary quick setup guide for setting up the device, and no illustrations of its hardware features. The software has some obvious bugs (floor height detection often does not work properly).

I ordered the Valve Index/base station pair, and the set didn’t work right at first because both base stations were set to Channel 1. It took me many hours of experimentation and web searching before I found the issue.

Some of these issues may be solved by software and better packaging design some day, but some, like compatibility for glasses wearers, cannot. These issues mean that the product hard to justify at its price point. I would settle for a lower-end unit, wait for prices to come down, or wait for technically strong alternatives like the HP Reverb G2 (which don’t need base stations) to become available.

E
E.A.
Yup, they work

Actually one didn't work but I had another one I had bought separately. The 8KX is friggin' amazing! I had tried an Occulus Rift a few years ago but it kind of made my eyes ache after a while. The 8KX doesn't do that, and the resolution is really good!

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2 * SteamVR Base Station 2.0

2 * SteamVR Base Station 2.0

$298.00
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