The first time I held Samsung's HMD Odyssey in my hands, there was only one thought in my head: this is not a toy. I didn't think that with other VR headsets. Acer's was clunky and cool, the PSVR was sleek and simple. But Samsung's HMD Odyssey is a class above, a full 645 grams of reality-altering gadget hanging from your face, with and AKG headphones, and a microphone built into its decidedly unattractive, front-loaded headset. It's more akin to heavy-duty, serious sets like the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. The Samsung device has its own merits and flaws that stand out. Almost immediately I realised that it's a clumsy thing built for deep, immersive game experiences. It's not a toy -- it's the headset equivalent of the guy who brings a desktop computer to Starbucks to play League of Legends.