Oculus Rift headset for Oculus Rift is now available for $399.
The new version of the Oculus Rift comes with the “C4D” (consumer-facing) display technology, which can render up to 4096×2160 pixels.
That means you’ll get the best of both worlds: a high-resolution image and immersive virtual reality, without having to compromise on your screen size.
The company is also offering a cheaper version of its headset that ships with “C3D,” which has a 1440×900 resolution.
The Oculus Rift version of this headset will be available at select retailers on November 20.
It costs $299 at Oculus.com and Oculus.de.
The C4D version will be $399 at the Oculus Store and Oculus Mobile.
The price difference is only $10 at Amazon.com, and $20 at Best Buy.
Oculus Rift will ship to U.S. customers on December 6.
The headset will launch on November 26 in the United States.
The consumer version of Oculus Rift ships with a 1080p resolution, while the consumer version with C4E will ship with a 1440×900 resolution, the company said.
Oculus said the consumer headset will have up to 12 hours of battery life, which is comparable to the previous generation, and that the headset can be used as a standalone device.