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Facebook really can’t decide how much VR should cost

  • Sun, 16 Jul 2017 16:40
 On the heels of a temporary $ 200 price cut, today Facebook’s Oculus has announced that the Rift and Touch will be receiving a permanent $ 100 price cut, bringing the bundled price of the virtual reality system down to $ 499 once the summer sale is over. The company has also announced that it will now be bundling the two products in a single package. Read More Facebook – TechCrunch


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