Have you ever been watching a video or playing a game on your smartphone and wished it was larger. I think we’ve all been there. Normally we put that content on the TV, but that’s not always an option. Luckily there’s a new product on it’s way to market that should solve the problem, the VX1.
Now this looks a lot like a VR headset, but it’s not. This is a screen enlarger. This headset doesn’t work like Google Cardboard, but instead shows anything on your screen at what is equal to looking at a 60″ inch TV from 10 feet away. The headset is designed to fit any smartphone but there are different sized models for larger and small phones. It’s made from plastic and foam and assembled here in the United States.
The VX1 is currently up on Indiegogo with a goal of $6,000. Right now they’re at just over $1,000 with 29 days to go. If you act fast, you’ll be able to secure a VX1 for just $26, $20 off the future retail price. Other perks include team hats and extra accessories.
Are you planning to check out the VX1? Let us know in the comments.