By Greg Kumparak
You may not be able to get your hands on the very-much-backordered second generation Oculus Rift, but you know who did? iFixit — the guys who tear apart pretty much every device they can get their hands on to get a better look at the hamster wheels inside.
So what’d they find?
It’s pretty much all good news — especially for people who like to repair things on their own.
While Oculus still hasn’t publicly announced when they plan to sell these things to consumers (instead of limiting sales to developers and people who are willing to say they’re developers), this second gen prototype already shows significant improvements on the engineering front.
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