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A few months ago, Oculus unveiled the consumer version of its Rift headset, announcing a partnership with Microsoft that will see the virtual-reality headset work natively with Microsoft 10 and Xbox One games. Now, after three years in Kickstarter limbo, the Oculus Rift is finally available for pre-order.

The Rift headset, whose fabric-wrapped frame stores two OLED screens and an integrated set of removable headphones, is aimed to deliver a fully immersive gaming experience and boasts a natural-fit design with updated ergonomics which will revolutionize gaming and the way consumers experience entertainment.

PRE-ORDER / $600

Watch Samsung, Oculus and LeBron James team up for the virtual reality film “Striving for Greatness: An Uninterrupted Original” below.


Words by Nico Amarca
Fashion Editor, North America
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