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Up close with the Oculus Rift and Oculus Touch

A first look at the new hardware

When Oculus Rift invited the media to a special event ahead of E3, it promised a handful of updates to prepare the world for what it expected to show off. Instead, it gave us an unexpected glimpse of not one but two pieces of hardware: the final design for the Oculus Rift consumer version, which will ship in the first quarter of next year, and a prototype of Oculus Touch, a next-generation input method that will enable future experiences inside virtual reality. Here's a look at the hardware up close.


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