DeePoon E2 Virtual Reality 3D glasses

by Timo9. March 2016

In the middle of 2017 the new DeePoon E3 has been released! All information about the new DeePoon VR glasses can be found in our Article about the DeePoon E3!

Virtual Reality Headsets (short VR headset / VR glasses) are the trend 2016 and consumer models will appear during the first half of the year. In addition to the well-known manufacturers or models of HTC (HTC Vive), Oculus (Oculus Rift), Sony (Playstation VR) and Samsung (Samsung Gear VR), there is also an unknown, Chinese manufacturer, the quite affordable VR glasses already now launched on the market. DeePoon E2 This VR headset is already available for affordable 300 €. Compare this VR headset with a Oculus Rift DK2.

Update: The VR glasses are currently heavily discounted at Gearbest (193.37 €). More information about the action can be found at the end of the article!

Update2: The DeePoon E2 has now arrived with me. In the unboxing VR glasses you can already collect first impressions to the glasses. The detailed review will follow soon!

Deepoon E2 Virtual Reality Headset Unboxing

Update3: The next video is online now. In this video, I'll show you how to properly install the glasses. Unfortunately, you can do a lot of wrong with the installation, if you do not follow the correct order. After a quick test with the game "ADR1FT" I can already confirm that E2 is very close to the Oculus DK2.

Deepoon E2 VR Headset Installation Guide / Tutorial

Overview of the DeePoon E2

The DeePoon E2 Virtual Reality 3D goggle is a full-featured HMD (Head Mounted Display) with one 1080x1920 pixel resolution and a Refresh rate of 75Hz, For the panel, the DeePoon E2 comes on Samsung AMOLED panel, The field of view of E2 (FOV) is proud 120 °, The input lag is less than a millisecond. 360 ° Headtracking This VR headset is also supported, but motion tracking has not been used. On physical connections, the glasses have one HDMI 1.4b and one Mini USB 2.0 connector.

It is interesting that the DeePoon E2 with the Oculus DK2 drivers compatible is. The device is recognized without any modification as DK2 or as DK1. SteamVR should therefore also be possible with these glasses. This is nothing else than a slightly improved clone of the Oculus DK2. Thus, with the DK2 compatible games can also play on the DeePoon E2 VR glasses. In the DeePoon own "App Store" called "3D BoBo"There are also compatible 3D software and games for download. A separate SDK is also available on the manufacturer's website.

DeePoon E2 vs. Oculus Rift DK2

Reviews / Reviews There are currently no comments on the DeePoon E2 3D VR glasses. A first review in an English-speaking forum, however, suggests that this VR headset comes very close to an Oculus DK2.

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Thomas Bestgen

So I am more than skeptical of the Chinese manufacturers. There is no review in English yet, so from the US or UK, certainly not from Germany. In the case of a return to China in the event of a warranty claim or simple disagreement means the savings there probably not really expected. In addition, the customs could still strike (right it is!). Well, and I have already tested a DK2 extensively, which has not yet been the yellow of the egg. I think wait or take the OSVR (Razer). German shop, probably limited warranty but, the thing is expandable, you should even be able to upgrade the display when higher resolutions are available. In addition, there is more and more Namhefte manufacturer (Acer) with it.


I agree with you. Customs will probably not be charged if you count the device to the game consoles or smartphones or tablets. With the EUSt you are still just 150 € under a used DK2. But you should just keep in mind that you will hardly get support with the Deepoon E2 and the device does not support positional tracking, unlike the DK2.

Nevertheless, China-VR could become quite interesting this year, as manufacturers are barely investing in marketing and therefore the devices can be sold at a fraction of the price of the known sizes. China smartphones have done it and VR will follow suit. The recently introduced Pico Neo VR glasses have an interesting approach with two OLED panels (1080 × 1200 pixels) per eye. Xiaomi also registered a VR account only a few days ago. You can expect a lot, but currently you should still be patient;).