Oculus Rift is coming.
We’ve been getting a bit of an update on the Oculus Rift, and now we know what you can expect.
The Oculus Rift headset is finally here.
But it won’t be ready to go on sale until 2018.
The Rift has been delayed for several months.
The hardware is finally coming along.
Oculus Rift’s launch date, though, is still a mystery.
We’re expecting to hear about the device sometime this week.
Oculus VR is now a virtual reality company.
You can find out more about Oculus VR at the Oculus VR website, but it’s unclear when that will happen.
Oculus is currently developing the Rift, but has also developed other VR products like the Vive, the Leap Motion controller, and more.
The most recent version of the Rift is called Oculus Rift.
Oculus also has a web cam, the Logitech 4K webcam, and a range of gaming peripherals.
The Logitech webcam has a 10-bit color depth, and can record up to 8K video.
The camera itself is a webcam with a built-in microphone, so you can use the camera to capture your gameplay, share it with friends, or make it easy to capture yourself doing something.
Oculus has been teasing the webcam for quite some time.
The company posted an Oculus Rift livestream on its YouTube channel last month.
The webcam is an updated version of an older webcam.
The latest webcam is also a bit more powerful.
It’s a high-end webcam with an integrated microphone and a webcam display.
The current webcam is a 1.2 megapixel webcam.
You need to pay a $500 price tag for this version of Oculus Rift when it launches, though.
Oculus says the webcam will run on a Tegra 4 processor, so it will be capable of streaming 4K video at 60 frames per second.
The new webcam has an 8 megapixel camera, too, and the company has posted a few shots of it in action.
It can also record 4K, 1080p, and 720p video at 30 frames per minute.
Oculus said the webcam can record “up to 8,000 frames per seconds” of video.
We don’t know when the webcam is set to run in VR, but we will update this article with any updates.
We’ll also have more on the new Oculus Rift hardware as it comes along.
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