The Oculus Rift VR is already available for pre-orders, after the company’s officials have declared that they will likely open up for customers at the beginning of 2016. The statement comes at the right time for the multitude customers who willing to purchase the virtual reality device.
Their frustration is aggravated by the number of features, trailers, demonstrations and teasers preceding these new gadgets. The headgear is said to be released during the first months of next year and it represents the first device in the category of premium VR gadgets that is available for buying by the customers.
The firm’s representatives affirmed that their Rift headset is a really good device that can compete with no problem against similar products like Google’s Cardboard, responding to a question submitted by fans over the cost of the device.
The impressive system could have a price tag in the hundreds of dollars as opposed to the search engine’s board VR kit costing only $20. They also stated that the price of the headsets will gradually be decreased following further technological developments and the incorporation of other functions.
At this moment, the Rift can justify its high cost only based on its awesome quality. Google has already offered countless Cardboard packages to individuals and it has given them the initial idea about the whole VR experience.
But placing the cell phone in the headset does not compare to using the Oculus Rift, which was designed from the beginning to make people feel like they are totally in a different place. The officials affirmed that before starting their pre-orders customers will learn about them ahead of time.
The organization previously revealed that these pre-ordered devices will be provided with the ‘EVE Valkyrie’ option. Oculus Rift is equipped with a full HD resolution of 1200 by 1080 per eye, besides its 90 Hz refresh rate that offers a broader perspective for an immersive user experience. Moreover, the gadget will have two headphones with 3D sound effect to complete the overall enhanced VR trip.
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