Executive Nate Mitchell stresses that Oculus Rift needs to be “affordable.”
By Eddie Makuch
When Oculus VR announced this week that its Oculus Rift headset would launch in early 2016, the company didn’t say what it would cost. That’s still the case, but now Oculus VR vice president Nate Mitchell has spoken out to describe Oculus Rift as “high-end,” noting that it will be priced at more than $200.
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