Oculus certifies several PCs as Oculus Ready

Oculus certifies several PCs as Oculus Ready

With Oculus Rift just around the corner Oculus has started certifying PCs that can provide full VR experience. The first crop has just arrived and the machines come from famous PC makers such as Dell, Alienware and ASUS.

There are seven models altogether with ASUS having three, Dell having three and one coming from Dell. These computers have been thoroughly tested and certified by Oculus to work perfectly with Oculus Rift, bringing users an incredible VR experience. Here you can see the tech specs and the prices of these computers:

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Along with these very fine machines Oculus has also introduced Rift Bundles that will be available from major retailers such as Best Buy, Microsoft Store and Amazon. Each bundle includes an Oculus-certified PC, the Rift headset, sensor, remote, an Xbox One controller and two games – EVE: Valkyrie Founder’s Pack and Lucky’s Tale.

The new Oculus-certified PCs and Rift Bundles will be available for pre-order starting on February 16 at 8 AM Pacific Time with the first computers and bundles shipping in April. As you can see the computers start at USD 1499, which is not cheap.

Source: VR-Zone.com

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