Oculus announces Dash and Go, Rift receiving a price drop

Today, Oculus gave a few announcements regarding their VR headset, the Oculus Rift, but much is still left to the mystery of these devices.

First is the Oculus Dash, a new command center for the Rift. With Dash, you’ll be able to multitask with various PC desktop apps, including Google Chrome, and your VR library, and more. Dash can even be used by developers to design more easily in the Rift itself.

Next is the Oculus Go, a way to use VR without a PC or wires attached. There aren’t many details available yet, but it appears to be the next evolution of the Gear VR.

Effortlessly enter VR with no PC or wires attached. Oculus Go is an all-in-one VR headset made to fit you. Designed with breathable fabrics, adjustable straps, and our best lenses yet. Starting at $199*
Arriving early 2018.

Oculus Home is receiving a revamp as well in the form of a free update coming this December. Users can get items for their home to decorate and interact with, including a pistol and targets to blast.

Finally, the price for the Rift + Touch bundle has received a new price at $399 USD, making it much more affordable for anyone wanting to jump into the world of VR. For more information on these newly announced features, visit the official website.

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