Bigscreen Beyond VR Headset: Specifications, Release Date, and How to Get Yours

Get total immersion into the virtual world with the world’s most compact and Custom-built 3D face scans VR headset Weighing in at under 127 grams, without compromising the visual quality with the Bigscreen Beyond VR headset.

Bigscreen Beyond VR Headset

There’s no lack of options when you’re looking for a new VR headset. There are many different companies offering their own version of PC VR but one of them really stands out among the rest. That’s the Bigscreen Beyond VR Headset and it’s a premium offering from a company that’s been creating great products for a little while. Their first offering was the Bigscreen Beyond social theater app that lets you watch movies with your friends. It’s been running for a while and people are still using it. That means it serves a niche that few companies have been able to cover properly.

While Bigscreen’s audience is clearly tech-savvy and willing to pay money for quality, they’ve figured out how to give them exactly what they want. Here they come up with the future of metaverse – Bigscreen Beyond Headset. Their headset is made from premium hardware and gives its user something they can’t seem to find anywhere else. Bigscreen Beyond Headset is the world’s smallest VR headset so far weighing only 127 grams and that comes with custom-built fitting according to your face and eye shape. Meta and HTC have a larger share of the market, but their headsets are big and bulky peripherals that you can only wear for a short period of time. The Bigscreen Beyond Headset takes weight into account and they’ve built a lightweight headset that doesn’t skimp on the VR power.

Bigscreen Beyond VR Headset Specifications

Look at the specs they have lined up and you’re going to be impressed at what comes in the small package. First up is the resolution, which clocks in at 6.5 MP per eye. That’s going to give you 2650×2650 video on micro-OLED screens that will make you feel like you’re living out any game you play and any movie you watch. Add to that the fact that they have 28 pixels per degree, and you can already see that this is a headset that’s going to impress you from the very first second you put it on.

It has a refresh rate of 75Hz or 90Hz, so lag will never be an issue for you. The lenses are tri-element pancakes, and it comes with a 93˚H x 90˚V field of view. Headset comes with a five-meter-long cable and a USB-C port for data transfer. It will also work with SteamVR Tracking Controllers, so you don’t have to go crazy with peripherals.

It weighs between .375 and .408 LBS, so you can really wear it for as long as you want. Of course, all of this is going to come with a price tag that you have to accept if you want to experience everything this technology has to offer you. While it’s higher than most of the more affordable competition, it’s really nothing crazy.

Bigscreen Beyond VR Headset Price

If you want to just get the Bigscreen Beyond headset, then it’s going to cost you $999 or $32.23/mo. for 3 Years with 0-36% APR for eligible customers. Getting it with tracking and controllers is obviously going to add to the price. If you want it all together then you can expect to pay $1,580. That’s not all that crazy when you consider the fact that the Meta Quest Pro is currently retailing at $999.99 and it won’t give you the premium experience you can get with this one.

Bigscreen Beyond VS the Competition

  • Bigscreen Beyond has one major benefit to it that none of the competition can even come close to. That’s the fact that every headset is custom-made for the buyer. You’ll get a face scan done and the headset will be created to fit your face perfectly. That’s going to give you a level of comfort that you just can’t get with any of the other headsets out there. That’s one of the biggest advantages, but they don’t just end right there.

Bigscreen Beyond vr headset

  • Next up is the micro-OLED technology that you’re getting with your Bigscreen Beyond Headset. It provides the deepest blacks that you can possibly get, and they far surpass what the Meta Quest Pro has to offer. Meta uses mini-LED with backlighting that doesn’t come close to the blacks you’re getting here. Then there’s the display resolution. Bigscreen Beyond Headset has 28 pixels per degree which surpasses almost all the competition. It’s only beaten out by the Varjo Aero, which has a maximum of 35 pixels per degree. You’re getting a resolution that you’re really going to have to work hard to beat.
  • One of the most important aspects of any VR headset is the weight and Bigscreen wins in this category as well. It weighs less than half a pound and that’s going to let you wear it for as long as you want. Compare that to the 1.109 LBS of the Quest Pro 2 or the 1.036 LBS of the HTC Vive and it’s clear which one you’re going to want on your head all day long. It just makes sense to have a lightweight headset that’s not going to kill your neck while you’re using it for its intended purposes.


  • Lightweight and small size
  • Personalized for ultimate comfort
  • The screndoor effect  is completely absent
  • True-to-life VR experience


  • Expensive
  • No inbuilt audio
  • Need improvement in screen quality and tracking

Bigscreen Beyond Headset Release Date

The Bigscreen Beyond Headset is set to release near quarter 3 of 2023 (July, August, and September) and you can get your preorder in right now. All preorders are fully refundable, so you don’t have to worry about losing that large amount of money you’re putting down.

These headsets are set to start shipping in quarter 3 of 2023. That’s going to be the first wave of shipments and they’re going to be in the United States. Wave 2 is set to begin in quarter 4 of 2023. That one is going to cover the orders for Canada and Europe. Finally, wave 3 will begin in late 2023. That’s going to cover Japan, Australia, and New Zealand.


If you want to get one of the best VR headsets on the market, then you need to check out the Bigscreen Beyond Headset. It’s one of the safest VR headsets on the market because of its lightweight and custom design and created to fit your face so you’re never going to have a problem with it. It’s the best way to get your virtual reality and you’re never going to regret it. It comes with a premium price tag but you’re getting a premium product that you’re never going to want to replace.

Bob Dilon
Bob Dilon
This blog is my playground, my virtual laboratory where I can explore the ever-evolving world of VR. Expect honest reviews, insightful analysis, and a healthy dose of humor. Whether you're a seasoned VR veteran or a curious newcomer, I invite you to join me on this adventure.



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