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Razer’s new open-source VR headset mirrors the Oculus Rift, but costs $200 less

Razer's new open-source VR headset mirrors the Oculus Rift, but costs $200 less  by @haydencd

  • Razer’s new open-source VR headset mirrors the Oculus Rift, but costs $200 less
  • But the week Razer’s showing off the HDK2-a headset with the same specs as the consumer Oculus Rift, but retailing for only $400.
  • It lacks the refinement of either the Oculus Rift or the HTC Vive -it’s still got the DK2’s antiquated SCUBA mask look, and you’ll find no built-in headphones .
  • Their original HDK (“Hacker Development Kit”) headset had specs close to the second-gen Oculus development kit and by the time it was announced we were already looking forward to the Consumer Rift.
  • And despite the fact that “Development Kit” is literally in the name , Razer is quick to specify that this is “Not Just A Development Kit.

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@pcworld: “Razer’s new open-source VR headset mirrors the Oculus Rift, but costs $200 less by @haydencd”


Razer’s new HDK2 looks like a direct competitor to the Oculus Rift—at least on paper.


Razer’s new open-source VR headset mirrors the Oculus Rift, but costs $200 less

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