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The Oculus Rift uses two lenses in a ski mask-style head-mounted display that combine to form a 1280 x 800 display. Each eye sees 640 x 800 pixels and while that still sounds like a low resolution in 2013, you can't judge the product on that single spec alone. The rest of the hardware simply consists of a break-out control box you use to plug the Rift into your computer; it features DVI, HDMI, micro-USB and power.

Description

  • Status: Available
  • Availability date: March 2013
  • Price at launch: $300.00

Availability

  • Color: Black

Hardware

  • Native resolution (X): 1280
  • Native resolution (Y): 800

Display

  • Video in: DVI, HDMI, USB

Connectivity

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