The Dell Visor
While Acer’s headset may be the most comfortable, it just barely squeezes by the Visor, which also has a headset designed with comfort in mind. The slightly narrower front piece means you feel the pressure a bit more, but it’s still very comfortable. I also found that Dell’s hinge held the front of the visor up and out of the way a bit better than Acer’s did. The dial used for clamping down the headset doesn’t ratchet, making it feel like you have a bit more control in terms of tightness. Finally, the headset includes two built-in, soft rubber flaps that help to block out the light from around your nose. These seem like they’d be more durable than Acer’s approach. Dell’s headset also offers the widest field of view at 110, right up there with the more expensive Samsung model.